Welcome to our site which is intended to provide a complete information resource for therapeutic play, play therapy, filial play and creative arts therapies. It's designed for anyone interested in helping children with emotional literacy, behaviour or mental health problems.
Attend our summer school in the south of France. This play therapy programme has been clinically accredited by PTUK, PTI and is approved by the Professional Standards Authority.
Play Therapy UK works closely through its affiliation with Play Therapy International in connection with training and professional accreditation standards.
The Play Therapy Asia Conference is being held 15th October, 2016 at Hotel Ungasan, Bali. Vist the Play Therapy Asia Conference website for more details.
There are a few places for the Post Graduate Certificate still remaining at our new venue in Chester. The start date is 1st July, 2016.
Play Therapy UK is the largest and most progressive organisation governing therapeutic play and play therapy in the United Kingdom.
Looking for a career in play therapy? PTUK has developed a Career Development Map and a four stage training model as a part of the Profession Structure Model.
Attend a training course. Play Therapy UK offers a range of fully accredited training courses, and other courses, in therapeutic play and play therapy.
Membership is available at various grades for anyone interested in working with children using play and creative arts therapies.
How effective is Play Therapy? Look at our research, policies and activies showing between 77% and 84% positive change.
We provide our members exclusive resources as well as lists of publications, books reviews, articles and recommended reading.
From a One Day Conference to Our Summer School, find out more about our conferences and events to get your career in Play Therapy started.
PTUK leads the way when setting the standards to ensure high quality of care when play therapy, therapeutic play skills and creative arts therapies are used with children.
Clinical supervision is an essential part of working therapeutically with clients be they adults or children.