Dublin: Play Therapy Techniques
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Anne has an impressive background in teaching and psychotherapy. She has been a practicing psychotherapist for over twenty years, handling a wide range of client issues for people of all ages. She is a qualified therapeutic supervisor, having training in the field of Creative Supervision. Anne is a gifted trainer of counsellors, psychotherapists, and play therapists with a particular expertise in experiential learning approaches. She is also active as a trainer in the field of adult education, training people entering the therapeutic field and the fields of human care, especially childcare and special needs. Anne has devised and delivered her own courses and courses for a range of statutory education bodies. She has a part-time therapeutic practice and trains for a range of bodies including CTC and Northside Counselling Services Ltd. She is committed to excellence in delivering training to adults. Anne teaches on a number of CTC courses including the MA programme and our level 6 courses in Dublin. Anne is also a CTC supervisor.
My heart is so sad this morning. I woke up to the news that the legendary Dr. Charles Schaefer has died suddenly of a massive stroke. Charlie was a powerful pioneer in the field of play therapy. He was considered by many to be the the “Father of Play Therapy”. His contributions to this incredible field have truly been extraordinary. I first met Charlie in 2011, I have been lucky enough to spend happy times with him, laughing, learning, and playing. Charlie loved laughter! Charlie believed in me, he afforded me wonderful opportunities to present to esteemed colleagues from around the world, and to author chapters in some of his influential books. Charlie was a friend and an inspiration to me and to Eileen. Thank you Charlie for all you have given us. Your legacy will live on. All of us here at CTC extend our deepest sympathies to Charlie’s daughter, son, grandchildren and family. Sending love and light at this very difficult time💫 ... See more
The sun is shining and I am ready to welcome our second year MA students back. Looking forward to seeing lots of you online tomorrow too as we are starting our sandplay training with Lorri Yasenik. Exciting times! Happy Friday 🤩 ... See more
EXCITING!!! Another fantastic live online training course coming up this November. Join Dr.Sue Jennings online for a playful dance through Neuro-Dramatic Play, Embodiment-Projection-Role, and the Theatre of Resilience. From Messy Play to Monsters, one of my favourite courses. Full details and online booking available on our website www.childrenstherapycentre.ie ... See more
So very true @lrknost! I was reminded of this today as I sat doing homework with my children. Having spent years teaching and also years providing therapeutic support for children, I am acutely aware of the fact that homework should be stress free not stress inducing. Yet today I found myself becoming stressed, I was adding my own expectations to the work. I had to take a step back, breathe, reflect on what was going on for me, and remind myself that my words matter more than the homework does. I grounded myself, and spoke the words that mattered most. As homework returns for many, please do remember that it is intended to support your child’s learning, not to add extra stress for your child or for you. Try to use your words to support and affirm your child. First, you may need to use some self talk to support and affirm yourself. Words matter, use them wisely. ... See more