“ Meaning Making Seminar Series ” ‘. We Would Like to Invite you Back to Part III of the :. An Experiential Workshop in Sand Play Therap y. Part III Topics Include:. Case Consultation, Specific Symbol Discussion, Transformation Through Sand Play Therapy & A Book Review
“Meaning Making Seminar Series”
We Would Like to Invite you Back to Part III of the :
An Experiential Workshop in Sand Play Therapy
Part III Topics Include:
Case Consultation, Specific Symbol Discussion, Transformation Through Sand Play Therapy & A Book Review
(Images of the Self: The Sandplay Therapy Process” Estelle L. Weinrib, 2004)
December 2, 2010 9:00-3:00 @ SUNY Oswego Metro Center
2 Clinton Square, Syracuse NY 13210
Mental Health students and professionals who have completed Introductory to Sand Play Therapy are welcome to join the continued professional and personal growth experience of the Meaning Making seminars.
Seminars are limited to 20 participants. Each seminar allows for sand play therapy case consultation, authentic learning experiences, engagement with Sand Play Therapy classic and contemporary literature, process, and the world of the symbolic.
Seminars are led by Jodi Mullen, PhD LMHC NCC RPT-S
approximately four times a year. Each seminar differs so that students and professionals can participate in an on-going fashion and can participate in as many as desired.
Registration fee is $105.00 for Professionals and $75.00 for Full-time students.
There is a $15 Discount for those who attendedMeaning Making I or II
Please make checks payable to Integrative Counseling Services, PLLC.
Include an extra $15.00 fee for each Assoc for Play Therapy or NBCC Cont Ed Certificate.
Detach and mail to: Integrative Counseling Services, PLLC
5 W. Cayuga StreetOswego, NY 13126
Professional $105 Student $75
CE Credits – APT $15 NBCC $15
APT & NBCC $25
Amount Enclosed: ________________________
Credit card payments are accepted.Please call our office at 315-216-6999
Please direct any questions about the seminar to RikkiZiegen at firstname.lastname@example.org