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Online Q&A Series: Topic 2. (2nd) Play assessment – what do the different play assessments offer and how do I score a certain behaviour on the Pretend Play Enjoyment Developmental Checklist/Animated Movie Test or ChIPPA 2.
June 5, 2020 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm$30
Emeritus Professor Karen Stagnitti is running a series of Q & A sessions designed for therapists and practitioners who use Learn to Play Therapy in practice. The Q & A series is aimed at those who have attended previous workshops and/or use Learn to Play in practice and may have specific questions or concerns about aspects of the Learn to Play therapy.
The Q & A sessions are offered to small groups of participants using Zoom interactive video conferencing. The sessions will run for 1.5 hours and have a maximum of 20 participants and a minimum of 10 participants. The maximum of 20 participants is to allow discussion, sharing and support for all participant questions. Participants will be invited to submit specific questions around the specific topic to be addressed prior to the session. At the beginning of each session a list of questions to be addressed will be presented (about 10 minutes). This will be followed with a semi-structured discussion around the listed questions (about 60 minutes). Depending on the questions, there may be a short powerpoint and/or video to watch. After this there will be time for open questions and individual case evaluation and discussion (about 50 minutes) and participants are particularly encouraged to share their experiences, difficulties and concerns during this section. Each session will have a particular emphasis so that you can choose which session best suits your current needs. There is no restriction on the number of sessions you can attend. Each session costs $30.
If you are interested in attending one or more of these sessions, after you register, please send your question/s to email@example.com at least 48 hours prior to the session. Karen will look over the questions and collate them. All questions will be answered and as these sessions are interactive, participants will be invited to provide examples of cases, verbally, during the session when their questions are being answered.
Each session will run for 1.5 hours, every 3 weeks from May to August. The times given are Australian Eastern Time – that is NSW, Victoria, and Tasmania time.
The platform used to run the series is Zoom. You will be sent a link before the session. If you join early you will be linked to a ‘waiting room’ and when the session begins you will join automatically. On Zoom, a chat section is also available for all participants.