Play Therapy for All: Clinical Implications When Working With Clients of Color

Mar 30, 2019 2:00pm ‐ Mar 30, 2019 3:30pm


Description

Using presenters’ research and clinical experiences, attendees will have an opportunity to observe and practice culturally responsive play therapy strategies when working with African American, Japanese, Taiwanese, and Chinese children. Collaborating with parents and other systems within the child’s world, such as schools, will also be explored to enhance practitioners’ work with culturally diverse populations.

  • Participants will develop greater self-awareness of their view of racially and ethnically diverse children and ways to help them through play therapy.
  • Participants will increase their knowledge base on the application of this CCPT with children and families of African American, Japanese, Taiwanese, and Chinese descent.
  • Participants will develop new skills in efforts to work more effectively with diverse children in their work settings, including private practice, mental health settings, and schools.

Speaker(s):

  • Yung-Wei Lin, PhD, Assistant Professor, New Jersey City University
  • Yumiko Ogawa, PhD, Assistant Professor / Department Chair, New Jersey City University
  • Angela Sheely-Moore, PhD, Associate Professor and Director of PhD Counseling Program, Montclair State University

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