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Work Hard, Play Hard: Understanding the Therapeutic Value and Real Work Within Play Therapy, Monday, 6-22-20 (Live Webinar)

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Work Hard, Play Hard: Understanding the Therapeutic Value and Real Work Within Play Therapy

This webinar is live, real-time and interactive, granting the same credit as in-person attendance for New York participants (2 CE Contact Hours), and Category 1 CEUs for Maryland Participants (2 Category I CEU’s).

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Presenter: Sarah Gugluizza, LCSW

Monday, June 22, 2020

8:00PM – 10:00PM EST

Live Webinar

$39.99

 

Join Sarah Gugluizza, LCSW as we discuss the importance of play, with special consideration to play in the treatment setting. Practitioners will gain insight on how play is the language of children, the different types of play and what purpose each of them serve; why it’s important for therapy, as well as knowing/using direct versus non direct play; specific play therapy interventions and strategies will also be addressed.

 

Sarah Gugluizza, LCSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing mental health treatment in a private practice setting that is collaborative, supportive and personalized to each client. She received her Masters Degree (MSW) from New York University and has been working clinically with children and adults ever since graduating in 2008. She has spent her career working in many clinically diverse settings, which have given her a wealth of experience toward providing treatment to children, adolescents and their families in psychoeducational, psychiatric, and behavioral capacities. Sarah has run two clinics at Coney Island Hospital’s School-Based Mental Health Program; served as social worker for the In-Patient Pediatric Psychiatric Unit at Elmhurst Hospital Center; was a primary therapist in the Intensive Day Treatment Program at New York City Children’s Center and most recently was an Early Childhood Social Worker in the Division of Early Childhood of the New York City Department of Education. Sarah is certified as a Child and Family Therapist from NYU School of Social Work. Her clients have presented with emerging and persistent mental illness, histories of severe trauma, neurodevelopmental delays, learning disabilities, spectrum disorders, behavioral issues, substance abuse issues, and LGBTQ concerns. She has run many groups for children including social skill building, anger management, storytelling, ADHD, and teen support. She also works with parents to support them and their child through their areas of concern, challenging issues and to build and enhance their parent toolbox.You can learn more about her practice and services by visiting www.sarahgugluizzalcsw.com

 

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