13th VAPT Winter Workshop
Dr. Nial Quinlan, PhD, LPC, NCC
January 30, 2015
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Anne Stewart, PhD, RPT/S
January 30, 2015
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Crowne Plaza Richmond Downtown Hotel | 555 East Canal Street, Richmond, VA 23219
You are invited to register for Ethical and Legal Issues in Play Therapy (one-day workshop) and Using Attachment Constructs to Promote Growth and Exploration in Supervision (2 hour workshop). You may register for either one or both workshops.
Who Should Attend
The workshops are designed for mental health counselors, psychologists, school counselors, school psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, graduate students and other experienced professionals who work with children and families.
Ethical and Legal Issues in Play Therapy is designed to be of interest to beginning, intermediate and advanced child and adolescent therapists of all theoretical orientations.
Using Attachment Constructs to Promote Growth and Exploration in Supervision is designed for supervisors and supervisees to reflect on how attachment concepts can enhance professional development.
To attend at a reduced rate, join the Virginia Association for Play Therapy online at http://www.a4pt.org
If you have special needs you wish us to accommodate, please contact Anne Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540.908.8288 two weeks prior to the workshop date.
NO snow dates. A refund will be provided if the program is cancelled by the Virginia Association for Play Therapy. If the workshop must be cancelled due to inclement weather, we will try to notify the participants by email and/or post the announcement on the workshop website. It is recommended you call 540.908.8288 and/or the workshop site hotel for a message regarding any cancellation or delay in conducting the workshop if you are in doubt.
A registration fee refund will be granted if a written request is received by January 10, 2015. An administration fee of $25 will be retained. Notify Anne Stewart at email@example.com.
Thanks to our supporters!
The workshop is sponsored by the Virginia Association for Play Therapy and the Institute for Continuing Education. Generous support was provided by Greater Richmond STOP CHILD ABUSE NOW. Additional support was provided by the James Madison University Department of Graduate Psychology.
Visit the Virginia Association for Play Therapy FB page or VAPT website for more information.