Online CPD for Child Therapists: Creative Ways to Help Children Manage Emotions
Our Creative Ways to Help Children Manage Emotions workshop is also available online! This is a self-paced course that provides therapists with over 40 fun and engaging activities that can be used with children and families. The course covers essential developmental considerations in providing therapy to children, and many practical ideas that therapists can use with children who are struggling with anxiety, anger and sadness.
Registrations now open!
In this course, you will
- Learn how to make therapy playful and purposeful
- Learn how to use everyday items, like textas, paper, toilet rolls and coins to help children explore feelings
- Learn how to work well with both younger and older children (aged 4-12 years)
- Learn how to actively engage parents in therapy
You will receive
- About 10 hours of CPD including over 6 hours of course videos accessible for 6 months.
- A copy of our book, ‘Creative Ways to Help Children Manage Big Feelings: A Therapists’ Guide to Working with Preschool and Primary Children’ (ebook format; rrp A$47.99)
- A downloadable workbook, with space for engagement with the course, participant activities, additional therapy activity write-ups, further resources and articles.
- Presentation slides to download.
- A$320 incl GST / US$225 / £180
If you have a group of 5 or more please contact us to arrange a discount.
Who is this online course for
This course is for therapists who work with children and families. This includes psychologists, social workers, counsellors, occupational therapists, speech therapists, and other mental health clinicians. The course provides a solid grounding in child work and is suitable for therapists are new to this area. More experienced therapists will enjoy the practical focus and the opportunity to learn new, creative ideas and activities to integrate into their work right away.
If you prefer in-person workshops, this course is also available as a live workshop which we offer in several Australian cities.