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Integrating Multicultural Awareness and Social Justice into Play Therapy

This webinar seeks to expand the multicultural and social justice competencies of play therapists through in-depth discussions of oppression and privilege. The audience will discuss clinical implications, case conceptualization, and advocacy plans.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Following the webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Increase their awareness regarding issues of oppression and privilege.
  2. Describe the clinical implications of privilege and oppression on their clients
  3. Discuss ways in which they can integrate a multicultural and social justice framework when conceptualization clients

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 6, 2020

You will receive 3 total non-contact CE hours.

Webinar Registration Policy: For all Fall Multicultural Webinar Series webinars, registration is final and refund will not be processed. However, you may give or sell your registration to another participant, if the original registrant notifies CPT of any registration transfers to a new attendee. CPT reserves the right to cancel this conference in the event of unforeseen circumstances. If such occurs, CPT will attempt to notify registrants prior to the conference and refund all registration, workshop, and continuing education fees. In all instances, the liability of CPT is limited to refunding such fees.

MEET THE SPEAKER

Peggy Ceballos Peggy Ceballos, Ph.D., NCC, Certified CCPT-S, Certified CPRT-S is an Associate Professor at the University of North Texas. She has clinical experience as a school counselor and as a community counselor working primarily with children and adolescents. Her research area is on multicultural issues in play therapy, including the effectiveness of child-centered play therapy and Child Parent Relationship Therapy interventions with Latinx families in school settings. She has conducted over 60 professional presentations and she has been the recipient of 11 professional awards, including the 2016 TCA Advocacy Award and the 2011 American Counseling Association (ACA) Best Practice Award for best research.

Event Date: 
Tuesday, November 17, 2020 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Location: 
Webinar