On Becoming a Play Therapist

In a future edition of our newsletter, we'd like to honor the people who have contributed to your professional development and share what you've learned on your journey towards becoming a Play Therapist.
Take a moment to think about who you are professionally, as well as how you got here.  What caused you to become a Play Therapist?  Who was your greatest influence?  What is the most important thing you've learned? 

If you would like to participate, please complete the form below, and submit it.  The information may be published in FAPT's newsletter, The Playful Healer.

     

Your  name:

Your degree or license:

Your city:

Where do you practice?





Are you





What motivated you to learn about Play Therapy?










Did you have any classes in Play Therapy in your graduate program?  If not,  how did you go about getting  your  Play Therapy education?










Do you have a favorite Play Therapy book?  What is it and who is the author?










Who was the person who most influenced you as a Play Therapist?  How?











If you had to identify only one essential lesson you've learned from a clinical supervisor, what would it be?










What is one thing you feel you still need to learn?










What advice would you give to a student who said they wanted to become a Play Therapist?










Thank you for sharing your wisdom with us.  If we need more information, may we contact you? We will not reveal your contact information to anyone without your expressed permission.

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