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Play Therapy Community will present a fresh, insightful episode once a week, usually on Thursday mornings. On this podcast, we will cover topics such as play therapy techniques and resources, group therapy, maternal mental health, picky eaters, struggles in school, behavioral issues, grief and loss, and so much more. We’ll also delve into specific diagnosis such as ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Specific Learning Disabilities, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, etc. Difficult topics, such as pa ...
 
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Lisa Dion is the creator of Synergetic Play Therapy and is the founder and director of the Play Therapy Institute of Colorado She is experienced in many settings to include private practice, schools, social services, foster care agencies, and orphanages. Synergetic Play Therapy’s name was influenced by Lisa’s love for the brain and understandin ...…
 
Jill Aller is an adoption consultant for A Step Ahead Adoption Services and is an adoptive mom of two children, ages 6 and 4. Jill has a B.A. in Psychology, a Master’s degree in Teaching and an Ed.S. degree in Counseling. She adopted her two children through the help of A Step Ahead adoption services and had such a great experience with them th ...…
 
“In between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space lies our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” ~ Viktor Frankl "Nobody can bring you peace but yourself." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson "Let us always meet each other with smile, for the smile is the beginning of love." ~ Mother Teresa "A journey ...…
 
Katie May is the “Group Guru”. She works exclusively with teenagers in a teen support center in Flourtown, Pennsylvania. Groups energize Katie. She says that groups can’ save th’e world. In groups, people feel less alone in their struggles and they start to heal in ways that individual therapy can’t provide. Her groups are focused on the ideas ...…
 
Build Love Maps Knowing each other’s world is so vital to the health of a relationship. It’s important to make exploration of each other’s world an ongoing effort. This can help strengthen the relationship and help each person in the relationship to feel felt and cared about. Share Fondness and Admiration Fondness and admiration is noticing wha ...…
 
Double Mirror Doodle Using a large piece of paper and 2 crayons, have the student doodle a mirror image design. This helps with grounding, focus, and clarity through bilateral integration of both hemispheres of the brain. Materials Large Paper 2 crayons What Happened Next Using a large piece of paper and something to write with, have the studen ...…
 
Dr. Taylor is an assistant professor at the University of Central Florida. She’s also the Center for Play Therapy Training and Research Director, as well as the Play Therapy Certificate coordinator. She earned her graduate degrees from the University of North Texas. She learned from many of the leaders in the Play Therapy world. Dr. Taylor is t ...…
 
Dr. Stacy Van Horn is currently a full-time faculty member and School Counseling Coordinator at the University of Central Florida in the Counselor Education and School Psychology Program within the Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences. She teaches graduate students at both the masters and doctoral level primarily in the areas of c ...…
 
Pam Dyson, MA, LPC-S, RPT-S, is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, Registered Play Therapist Supervisor, child development expert and parenting coach. In addition to her private practice www.pamdyson.com in Plano, Texas she provides consultation and supervision services and facilitates play therapy workshops at conferences throughout ...…
 
In this episode Billie Jo covers the following: Description of what Infant Mental Health is and what professional support in this area involves. A discussion on the impact that ages 0-3 has on a child’s development – emotional, physical, cognitive, etc. Clarification of who could benefit from Infant Toddler Mental Health Support Tips for therap ...…
 
Ellis Edmunds is a licensed psychologist in Oakland, CA. He has a private practice working with teens and adults struggling with anxiety. He is passionate about Mindfulness practices and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. He also loves to play games of all kind and has created a therapeutic board game called The Mindful Bus that can be used wit ...…
 
In this episode Dr. Kat covers the following: Understanding what Maternal Mental Health is and where to find trained professionals to help. Where to get training for professionals working with mothers in the mental health field. Understanding postpartum depression, anxiety, and much more. Reducing the shame of maternal mental health struggles t ...…
 
Expert Guest: Mercedes Samudio, LCSW Mercedes Samudio, LCSW is a parent coach, speaker, and author who helps parents and children communicate with each other, manage emotional trauma, navigate social media and technology together, and develop healthy parent-child relationships. Over the course of her career, she has worked with adoptive familie ...…
 
My guest today is Dr. Jonathan Singer, Ph. D., LCSW, who is an expert in the area of suicide. He is an Associate Professor of Social Work at Loyola University in Chicago and the founder and host of The Social Work podcast. He co-authored the book, Suicide in Schools. This episode focuses on suicide assessments and interventions and is the first ...…
 
My guest today is Dr. Jonathan Singer, Ph. D., LCSW, who is an expert in the area of suicide. He is an Associate Professor of Social Work at Loyola University in Chicago and the founder and host of The Social Work podcast. He co-authored the book, Suicide in Schools. This episode focuses on suicide pacts and the social media component and is th ...…
 
Lucy Lauer, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with 26 years’ experience as a Registered Dietitian. She specializes in helping people navigate the rough waters of disordered eating to achieve a healthier life and relationship with food. She has experience with Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, Nocturnal Eating Disorde ...…
 
Episode 53 – Sandtray Therapy and the Brain Expert Guest: Amy Flaherty, LPE-I, RPT is the Founder and Director of the Southern Sandtray Institute located in Jonesboro, AR. She has a hybrid program to credential therapists as a Registered Integrative Sandtray Therapist (RIST). In addition to the formal credentialing program, Amy also offers onli ...…
 
Episode 52 – Supporting Grieving Children and Families at the Dougy Center In this episode: Jana Cristofaro covers the following: Describes the mission of The Dougy Center. Tells how it was created (Dougy's story). Describes who is eligible to receive services through your program and what is the process. Describes what services look and feel l ...…
 
Episode 51: Introduction to Play Therapy Community Podcast and Host, Jackie Flynn EdS, LMHC, RPT Thank you so much for listening to the podcast! This episode was previously known as Parenting in the Rain Podcast. I created this community as a space for us (Child Therapists!) to connect with other and learn together. If you’re anything like me, ...…
 
Episode 50, When Your Child Makes a Mistake In This Episode: Mistakes are part of our humanness. They are bound to happen from time to time. In fact, they need to happen for us to grow. For our kids, allowing them to make mistakes can make all of the difference. As parents, it is helpful to allow our children’s mistakes to teach them about life ...…
 
Episode 49: The Art of Raising Honest Children with Integrity In This Episode: Children learn way more by watching what we do, than by listening to what we say to do. This is why it is so important to live our lives with integrity and good character. It was super important before we had children, but it’s more important now than ever as it coul ...…
 
Episode 48: EMDR Therapy: Helping Children Move Past the Tough Stuff In This Episode: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, also known as EMDR, is an effective, research and evidence-based therapy that helps free people from painful memories, anxiety, intrusive thoughts and other disturbances from exposure to trauma or especially distu ...…
 
As a Play Therapist, I love using art with my clients! Art engages more of the brain in the healing process. But what about home? Is it important to have our materials and home? They can get messy look a little bit cluttered, be expensive sometimes, and take some time to delve into. Is it worth it? The answer is yes! Art helps children in so ma ...…
 
“Is my kid addicted to video games?” I hear that question all the time from parents. The word “addiction” is thrown round a lot these days… Video game addiction is not actually in the diagnostic manual per se, but some families have a real issue with their child being clued to a video game for many hours of the day. Sometimes, this is at the de ...…
 
I’m really excited about this episode with Dr. Temple Grandin! She’s so inspirational to me and many around the world. She has written so many books on Autism! In this episode, she talks about what it was like growing up for her with Autism, what helps and what doesn’t. She also provides some great tips for parents, teachers, and therapists to ...…
 
I love Sandtray Therapy! In my early days as a therapist, while I was working towards licensure Tammi Van Hollander was very influential on growth as a, then, aspiring Play Therapist (to be). She has a private practice in Ardmore, PA. Her passion and enthusiasm to helping people through Play Therapy is contagious. Since then, I have had years o ...…
 
Tiffanie Trudeau, LMHC, LPC, CSAT, NCC is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the State of Florida as well as a Licensed Professional Counselor in the Commonwealth of Virginia and District of Columbia. She earned a Dual Bachelor's of Art degree in Psychology and Criminology and a Master’s of Art degree in Mental Health Counseling. She has adv ...…
 
Episode 42, When a Child is Shamed In This Episode: It’s important to understand what shame is and what isn’t Shaming is when someone induces humiliation, embarrassment, and a feeling of guilt, regret, or deep sadness on another person. Shaming is not motivating, although that is a common misconception. Sometimes people think “if they feel real ...…
 
Episode 41, When a Parent Feels Judged In This Episode: What does it mean with someone feels “judged”? When you feel something in your heart that your mind knows isn’t true. It can wreak havoc on family relationships. One thing that I remember from a pre-marital training called Pre-Cana was the emphasis of not sharing personal disagreements and ...…
 
Episode 40, A Parent’s Guide to Having a Productive & Helpful Meeting at School In This Episode: Many different types of meetings occur in the school setting. For parents, the most common are parent / teacher conferences, IEP meetings, 504 meetings, meetings to address a specific concern and/ or gather information, and so on. .. Each school has ...…
 
Episode 39, Understanding the Aftermath of Trash Talk In This Episode: Let’s begin this episode with a clear understanding of what I mean when I mention “trash talk”. My definition of “trash talk” is when someone intentionally attempts to degrade someone by speaking poorly of them a manner that involves defamation, malintent, and purposeful deg ...…
 
In This Episode: Click Here for the Free Download: DISTRESS SCALE for Before / After Calming Techniques Today’s episode is all about what it is like when a parent struggles with anxiety, as well as some options to heal from and some coping skills to get through the trying times. My work has been greatly influenced by my work in EMDR, Eye Moveme ...…
 
“When something bad happens you have three choices. You can let it define you, let it destroy you, or you can let it strengthen you.” Anonymous This week’s episode is all about our experience with Hurricane Matthew in Florida. I invited my daughter Angel on the show to share her experience with it all as well. We discuss what it was like to pre ...…
 
Parenting can get really stressful at times, especially if you have difficult circumstances. Kids are so very different in regards to their strengths and special needs. And, some situations are definitely more difficult than others. Some children really require a specialized set of skills, as well as an environment that helps them function. For ...…
 
In This Episode: The words “I Hate You” can cut deep, especially when they are from your child. When emotions get heated all kinds of comments can surface. Let’s begin with an understanding of how the brain works. I love Dr. Seigal’s Handy Model of the Brain. His simple explanation of how the brain functions can give us a better understanding o ...…
 
Episode 34, Labyrinths for Focus, Calmness, and Connection In This Episode: I had the pleasure of having a conversation with Neal from Relax 4 Life. I first learned about Neal after purchasing one of his labyrinths to use with my students. I was in search for a tool that was easy to use that helped kids calm down, focus, and regain collectednes ...…
 
Depression is an often misunderstood condition. I think lots of times, the term “depression” get’s thrown around. In this episode I want to talk about what it is, what it is not, what helps, what doesn’t and how it can affect the realm of parenting. It’s so much more than just “being sad”. There are many types of depression. Having a baby, chil ...…
 
In This Episode: Anxious feelings during back to school time are not uncommon especially in times of transition such as kindergarten, moving from elementary to middle school, from middle to high school, and then eventually college. This time can be really stressful for kids and families. It may look like crying, clinginess, lower tolerance leve ...…
 
In This Episode: Today we’re talking about emotional abuse. Through my work, I help clients heal from this and move past the wounds that it can leave. It can be a trauma. Unfortunately, emotional abuse can take a huge toll on one’s self-confidence and self-esteem levels. Being in an emotionally abusive relationship can have people questioning t ...…
 
Episode 30, Knowing the Difference Between a Tantrum and a Meltdown and How to Respond to Both In This Episode: Tantrums A tantrum and a meltdown are different. It’s important to differentiate between the two as it helps guide a helpful response by the parent. Knowing that tantrums are a result of the child trying to get something and meltdowns ...…
 
In This Episode: I’m reflecting on all the times I have made a mistake as a parent. Whew! This realization cans me quite humbling. Now, to be completely honest, I could not possibly remember each time that I have made a parenting mistake. Or any mistake for that matter. As I have probably made about a gazillion mistakes in my lifetime, and cert ...…
 
In This Episode: We’ll hear Stephanie Sanders explain the realm of Speech and Language services for children in the school setting. She mentions that the group setting is most common with her work. She also tells us that it differs from the home setting, where she would work with the child one on one. She created a curriculum that she developed ...…
 
Parenting in the Rain, Episode 27, How to Heal and Move on After Divorce Are you a parent worried about your child through your divorce? Here’s a link to my s Free Parent Class http://jackieflynnconsulting.com/parentingthroughdivorce In This Episode: It’s important to identify the emotional pain by naming the feelings. Dr. Siegel says “When we ...…
 
Parenting in the Rain, Episode 26 A Child is Like a Butterfly Are you a parent worried about your child through your divorce? Here’s a link to my s Free Parent Class http://jackieflynnconsulting.com/parentingthroughdivorce In This Episode: Just like a butterfly needs the struggle of emerging from the chrysalis to get it’s blood to it’s wings th ...…
 
Parenting in the Rain, Episode 25 Divorce and Sports Are you a parent worried about your child through your divorce? Here’s a link to my s Free Parent Class http://jackieflynnconsulting.com/parentingthroughdivorce In This Episode: Brian Brunkow is a San Diego-based lawyer, Glazier Head Coach Academy speaker, and the author of Zero Offseason – a ...…
 
In This Episode: Robert Cox specializes in the treatment of Trauma and Autism Spectrum Disorder and uses mindfulness extensively in his practice. He lectures nationally on autism and works as a consultant for children’s psychiatric hospitals in the development of Autism treatment programs. Recently, he has become the lead consultant for the cre ...…
 
Parenting in the Rain, Episode 23 Practical Understanding of Sensory Processing Disorder In This Episode: Lindsey Biel, MA, OTR/L, a pediatric occupational therapist in private practice, lives in New York City. She describes an Occupational Therapist as a person that works with people in many areas to optimize the function of daily life skills. ...…
 
Dalena Dillman Taylor, PhD, LPC, RPT, is an assistant professor at the University of Central Florida, past president of the North Texas Association for Play Therapy (2013–2014), and the play therapy certificate coordinator at UCF. Dr. Dillman Taylor graduated from the University of North Texas with doctorate of philosophy in counseling, with a ...…
 
Parenting in the Rain, Episode 21 How to Make Divorce Easier for Kids with Child Therapist, Jackie Flynn Sign-up for Jackie’s Free Class “How to Create an Emotionally Safe Environment for Your Child through Divorce” at www.jackieflynnconsulting.com/class In This Episode: FREE DOWNLOAD www.jackieflynnconsulting.com/divorce Don’t Expect Your Chil ...…
 
Parenting in the Rain, Episode 20 Melissa’s Mantras: for Nurturing Responsibility, Independence, and Confidence in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder In This Episode: Melissa Braun, Ed.S is a loving parent, an educator, a school staffing specialist and a person passionate about advocating for kids. Melissa shares her 5 mantras below. Have a ...…
 
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