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  • Competency Framework
  • The Profession Structure Model (PSM) builds upon the Therapeutic Play Continuum , embracing a competency framework, to provide detailed guidance for play therapy: quality management, training and development, career structure and succession/staffing planning, recruitment and selection, skills analysis, CPD, appraisal and remuneration grading and performance assessment as well as further clarification of the various roles in the profession. (playtherapy.org)
  • PTUK, with the support of PTI, led the way in using a competency framework as the basis of training standards for the play therapy professions in 2004. (playtherapy.org)
  • Counseling
  • Dr. Leggett has presented numerous workshops and talks to national and regional audiences on such topics as school counseling, directive play therapy, solution-focused counseling, and counseling children and youth. (springerpub.com)
  • Her research focuses on play therapy, religious issues in counseling, counseling supervision, and engaging clients and families in counseling. (springerpub.com)
  • The conference, which is Nov. 1 at UNT's Gateway Center , will feature speaker Dr. Linda Homeyer, a renowned play therapy expert and professor of professional counseling at Texas State University. (unt.edu)
  • At Affinity Counseling, we like to try a wide selection of different forms of therapy. (affinityservices.org)
  • While you might have heard of play therapy in passing, Affinity Counseling wants to cover some of the basics with you, so you can further understand it and figure out if it's the right path for your child. (affinityservices.org)
  • Play therapy is a type of counseling that uses play to communicate and help to avert and solve any psychosocial challenges that might be holding your child back. (affinityservices.org)
  • PTUK
  • Originally competency based criteria were developed for very specific applications - one set for designing training programmes, another as a basis for remuneration scale grading etc rather as PTUK had first conceived the Play Continuum as a communications tool. (playtherapy.org)
  • After considering the different applications of play, Play Therapy UK (PTUK) identified a number of variables that would distinguish one application from another. (playtherapy.org.uk)