MAKING CHILD THERAPY WORK!


Sunday, March 20 | 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Room# Educ. 1117 | BBS Approved \ 4 CEHs
XEDU 992 – 2113-19130

Do you ever get stuck with your child clients?  Do you wonder what to do for the whole hour?  Do you wonder how to build a rational treatment plan with an irrational child?  These questions and more will be answered in this fun and informative half-day.  Children learn best not from being told what to do, but from having experiences in which they learn for themselves.  Arts, crafts, games and relationship are the tools of the child therapist, and this workshop will introduce you to enough of these to help children learn about themselves for months!  This is a real "How-To" day. 

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Presenter: ROBIN SCOTT WALKER, MA, MFT


has maintained a full-time private practice in Woodland Hills, CA since 1987, where his specialties lie in child therapy and in helping creatively-oriented adults. He is the past president of the Los Angeles chapter of the California Association for Play Therapy, and has been a quoted expert in Child Magazine, Good Housekeeping, and the Los Angeles Times. Also an artist, Robin Walker brings his knowledge of the creative process to his therapeutic work, help­ing people find more satisfying lives through the arts. He is co-founder of the Alliance for Creative Psychotherapy and can generally be found with paint on his hands. Go online to see more www.RobinWalkerStudio.com or
www.MakingChildTherapyWork.com

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