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Experiential learning through “a child’s language” - sensory, non-verbal and embodied play
Improve self-regulation, attachments and relational engagement
Increase the effectiveness of traditional trauma therapies
Transform your work and enhance the capacity for healthy play among the youngest of trauma survivors
Traumatic events damage children emotionally and psychologically. Their trauma stays trapped in their body — they feel overwhelmed, they don’t sleep, they’re anxious, depressed, failing in school, angry and socially isolated.They are completely vulnerable. How do you as a therapist get to the root of their pain? What do you do when words and language can’t be accessed, when conventional treatments aren’t enough? Play is a child’s natural way to expose their trauma, formulate their narrative and begin to process the trauma. Watch trauma expert, Dr. Jennifer Lefebre in this experiential, interactive recording and learn to speak the language of traumatized children!
Integrate play therapy with trauma treatment to provide children engaging, developmentally appropriate and empirically validated treatment
Use essential components of trauma treatment flexibly combined with sensory, non-verbal and embodied play to address interest and advance your work with kids
Creative and effective treatment strategies to improve self-regulation, attachments and relational engagement, integrate traumatic experiences and build a sense of competence and worth
Access a clinical framework to incorporate trauma theory, neuroscientific research and play therapy principles
Increase the capacity for healthy play among the youngest of trauma survivors
Breathe new life into your trauma treatment with kids!
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CHOKING HAZARD - small parts Not for children 3 years or under