(3) Progress Notes in Child-Centered Play Therapy — January 12, 2024
Documentation is a source of anxiety for many Child-Centered Play Therapists. Despite the prevalence and the need for documentation of clinical work, many play therapists received very little training on how to complete progress notes. This training will review basic requirements for clinical notes, review types of note formats, practice using objective language, and track progress towards goals and objectives.
Presenter: Rosie Newman, LMHC, RPT-S
Date/Time: Friday, January 12, 2024 @ 9:30am – 12:30pm PST (Convert Time Zone)
CE Hours: 2.5 hours (2.5 APT-Approved specialized live-webinar hours)*
This training is [Section 3] Progress Notes of the Child-Centered Documentation Framework. Participants are required to have taken either [Section 1] Treatment Planning and Case Conceptualization in Child-Centered Play Therapy or [Section 2] Assessing Progress in Child-Centered Play Therapy prior to registering for this training.
- Use the code bundle to save $65 when you sign up for all three sections.
*These CE hours are applicable for the Registered Play Therapist (RPT) credential as APT Specialized Live Webinar hours (new as of July 1, 2022) and other mental health credentials in WA. For other states, please consult your state-specific CE requirements. You must be present for the entire session and pass post-tests in order to receive continuing education credits.
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- Identify the key components of a play therapy progress note as emphasized by APT Best Practices
- Analyze progress notes to identify descriptive language versus interpretive language in a play therapy progress note
- Demonstrate ability to synthesize play and changes in play into language for a play therapy progress note.
- This training is [Section 3] Progress Notes of the Child-Centered Documentation Framework.
- Participants are required to have taken either [Section 1] Treatment Planning and Case Conceptualization in Child-Centered Play Therapy or [Section 2] Assessing Progress in Child-Centered Play Therapy prior to registering for this training.
- This training includes a practical toolkit of progress note resources based on CCPT theory.
- This training assumes a basic understanding of CCPT theory and practice.
- Participants may be invited to engage with peers in breakout rooms to apply the principles to enhance learning.