Lego-Based Play Therapy – Kansas City – Sold Out
In this workshop, participants will learn about Lego-based play therapy developed by Dr. Daniel LeGoff, an American psychologist. Participants will enhance their play therapy and clinical skills by learning Lego-based play therapy activities to use with clients with Autism, ADHD, anxiety, depression and other common disorders you see in the playroom. Participants of this workshop will gain a new perspective on how to implement Lego-based play therapy in their everyday play therapy sessions.
- Participants of this workshop will learn the history and fundamentals of Legos and how it pertains to the play therapy setting.
- Participants of this workshop will focus on the fundamental principles and techniques of Lego-based play therapy through instruction, demonstration, video and experiential engagement.
- Participants of this workshop will focus on implementing Lego-based play therapy techniques central to work with empathy skills, social skills, perspective taking, healthy friendships and learn how Legos can be used in connection with play therapy treatment goals and positive behavior reinforcement.
- Participants of this workshop will discuss common Lego-based play therapy techniques used with children with a variety of developmental delays and diagnoses in the playroom.
Instructor: Ragan Snyder-Smith, LSCSW, RPT-S, CAS