In this video series, Becky Davenport, PhD, LMFT, owner and director of the Institute for Couple and Family Enhancement, provides an overview of interactive play therapy models designed to address attachment security, including a demonstration of activities and skills for engaging parent-child interaction that fosters meaningful connection.
The learning objectives for this 4-part video presentation include:
- Appreciate the theory and goal differences between nondirective and interactive/experiential play therapy.
- Understand the role of attachment security in child self-regulation.
- Recognize the purpose of interactive/experiential play therapy in strengthening parent-child attachment.
Clarity Child Guidance Center hosted this presentation during Claritycon2016 on June 16, 2016.
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