How often do you show up for a directive play therapy session and your mind goes *blank*? All of your ahh-mazing, fun and creative interventions go out the window.
Kind of like when you are planning your meals for the week and your brain tells you that you have never cooked a day in your life.
Yup, you know the feeling.
Or what about when you are scrolling on social and see an intervention that you are definitely going to try with your clients. But then, one scroll leads to another and *poof* it’s gone for good.
So what I know about you is that you likely have some amazing, creative, fantastic play therapy activities and interventions in your toolbox.
AND as an organizationally obsessed play therapist I believe that excellent strategies for collecting and storing these interventions is the key to go from overwhelmed to inspired for your day to day play therapy activities and interventions.
I wanted to share with you my top 6 tips to help increase confidence and decrease overwhelm in play therapy session planning in thisF R E E Play Therapy Mini Master Class Overcoming Overwhelm in Play Therapy Session Planning!
In this absolutely free play therapy training you will learn:
Check out this FREE Mini Master Class: Overcoming Overwhelm in Play Therapy Session Planning to learn more! This training is bite sized (coming in at 25 minutes packed full of the best and most helpful information and tips) and can be slipped in between sessions or over your lunch!
Get your all access pass HERE and help increase your confidence and ease in session planning in the playroom!
I'm Ann Meehan, an LPCC,