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Play Therapy Conference 2015

"Minding Metaphors"

Stoneleigh Abbey, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, CV8 2LF

12th to 20th June 2015
Plenary day 13th June 2015

During the past year we have had a number of requests from members that they would like to enhance their Therapeutic story skills. I therefore approached the world’s ‘guru’ in metaphors, ‘Joyce Mills’ to see if she could do the keynote speech and a workshop in the afternoon. This enquiry not only led to her agreeing to do what I asked for and continue her loyal support of PTI having presented at both of our world congresses in Chichester 2004 and Marrakesh 2010 but also to an amazing new development for PTUK/PTI. Over the years Joyce developed a unique training model called ‘STORYPLAY’ which in working with her she agreed to adjust to a new 7 day PQ course. She gave PTUK/PTI exclusive rights for this in the UK and Ireland.

We are very lucky that she agreed to launch this course at our conference.
Monika Jephcott

Introduction to the Conference

Before starting my play therapy training I was aware of metaphors although rarely used them in my work as a child protection social worker!!!

However, after being ‘re-introduced’ to metaphors by Monika Jephcott on the certificate course, I was able to see how they held an important place in play therapy and how we use metaphors to provide a safe and non-threatening place for our clients. The use of metaphors teamed with the right brain to right brain communication that serves as one of the ways play therapy is effective; has enabled so many of our clients to have a cathartic experience in the play therapy space and find their own solutions to self-regulation or understanding of their behaviours. Much of the use of metaphor can be seen in the use of therapeutic story and it was here I was able to appreciate the contribution by this year’s key note speaker Joyce Mills whose books have been the most used in my ‘library’.

I am therefore very pleased to be able to welcome Joyce Mills at our conference and I look forward to meeting you all.

Evelyn Saunders

Contents

13th JuneMorning - Plenary Sessions
Afternoon - CPD Workshops
14th JunePost Qualifying Courses
Certificate in Clinical Supervision
Certificate in Filial Coaching/Mentoring
Certificate in Sandplay Skills (part 1 & 2)
Certificate in Counselling Children and Young People
StoryPlay Level 1 & 2
Conference Programme of Events
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2015 PTUK and PTI Conference 'Minding Metaphors'

Eight CPD points may be claimed for every full day of attendance on any part of the conference.

Pre-Conference Day
  • Theory in Therapeutic Sand play skills compulsory for those who intend to attend the 4 day therapeutic sand play course
  • Supervisor follow up day
  • Supervisor top up day
  • Filial Play Coaching Follow Up Day
  • Counselling Children and Young People Follow Up Day

PQ Courses

There are four proven Post Qualifying Courses plus the new one in ‘Storyplay’.

They are:
  • PQ Certificate in Clinical Supervision
  • PQ Filial Play Coaching Certificate
  • PQ Therapeutic Sandplay Skills Certificate
  • PQ Certicicate in Counselling Children and Young People
  • PQ 'Storyplay'
These PQ courses enable you to fulfil your CPD requirements for the whole year . They will significantly enhance your skills and with the PTUK/PTI Post Qualifying Certificates aid your career development and CV. All courses are recognised by Leeds Beckett University as Post Qualifying courses.

Plenary Sessions - 13th June 2015

8.00Arrive and receive your conference papers etc. Refreshments etc will be available.
9.00Welcome by Monika Jephcott Chief Executive APAC
9.15Professional Standards: PSA Update, Caerus Review and Plans, Discussion Time by Jeff Thomas
10.15Refreshments and discussion break
10.45Keynote address by Dr Joyce Mills
13.00 -14.00Lunch
14.00 -17.00Workshops

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr Joyce Mills
Inspiring Children to Soar: Awakening the Superhero Within

Inspiring Children to Soar is a multifaceted and challenging task that calls upon us to reawaken and rejuvenate the inner strengths and resources that are innate within each child, adolescent, and young adult. We know that children have a driving need to discover new possibilities at every turn of their developmental process. However, that natural curiosity often gets shrouded by a world filled with excessive violence, disaster, and an overall disconnection from life’s joy. Through her gift of storytelling, Dr. Joyce Mills offers the neuro-importance of metaphor, play, and creative solutions, providing participants with restorative steppingstones that will enable them to reactivate the metaphorical superhero lying dormant within the children, adolescents, and families with who they work.

CPD WORKSHOPS 13th JUNE 2015

Because of the therapeutic and experiential nature of these workshops, most are restricted in numbers so please choose two - one as your first choice and a second in case your first choice is already full.

W1 - Culture, Metaphors and Play: Finding Resilience Through the Storms


Trauma and attachment have been major focuses in our field of child, adolescent and family play and psychotherapy in recent years. However, one area often overlooked is the Socio-cultural view of trauma and attachment and how "historical oppression" has impacted healing children, adolescents, and families. This experiential workshop will provide participants with a socio-cultural lens through which to expand their ability to develop and utilize culturally respectful metaphors and play into their practice. Through individual and group exercises along with discussions, participants will explore their own beliefs, spirituality, cultures of origin, stories and traditions, and how they impact the work that they do with their clients. Additionally, in light of the natural and man-made disasters in recent years, two “culturally collaborative” models will be presented that have been used for community healing. Inherent in these models are philosophies of Milton H. Erickson, Native American, Hawaiian, and other trans-cultural teachings.



W2 - Playing with Fire

A workshop around delivering play therapy interventions to adolescents with complex needs by Emma Edwards-King.

This workshop will focus on three main areas and we hope will be helpful to those wishing to know more about this interesting client group.
  • Adolescent development - are they children or young adults?
  • What are complex needs - how is a normative adolescent different from adolescence for young people with complex needs?
“I’m not a f***ing 7 year old you know” - how to engage young people in play therapy and why it is so good for them

Emma is a certified play therapist based in North Wales who is currently working with young people who misuse substances and with young people with multiple and complex needs.



W3 - INSIDE OUT: Taking the therapy room into the great outdoors by Alun John


Being outside in in itself therapeutic. Nature allows us to reconnect with our inner selves in a positive and healing way. Combine this with the undoubted benefits of play therapy and you have a magical cocktail of therapeutic possibilities.

This workshop will take us outside and will explore how we can play with sticks, stones, mud, water, leaves, moss, pestles…..You get the idea.

Alun John is a certified Play Therapist and runs A.P.T. Adventure Play Therapy along with Steve Porter who is an Outdoor Adventure facilitator.



W4 - Working with Groups - a few steps further by Evelyn Saunders


This workshop will focus on group work in play therapy and explore some factors of planning and managing groups that you may not have done before. Many of us are being ‘encouraged’ to have more groups in schools as it is often a cost effective way of working and more and more children are finding friendships and peer groups more difficult to make and maintain so group therapy sounds such a good idea.

In this workshop we will work through some group activities, case studies and theory to arrive at a better understanding of how our group play therapy can enhance our management of our case loads.

Evelyn is a senior course director for APAC and also offers training for CPD. She has been a qualified play therapist for 14 years and worked in social services and early years education since the early 80's. Within her private practise, Evelyn offers group work and hopes you will benefit from her workshop for this conference.


W5 - Embracing Children’s Spirituality

Presented by Jenny Lambourne

In a world fractured by religious extremism and a diverse society, what is spirituality?

Is there a place for it in Play Therapy?

The taster session will be an introduction to Embracing Children’s Spirituality exploring something of the theory and definition behind spirituality and play within a therapeutic context. It will be a playful and creative experience to whet your appetite for more enabling you to:
  • Develop understanding of spirituality & play in therapy
  • Explore a concept/tool and framework
  • Be enriched by reflecting on the child’s spirituality
Further details jennylambourne@talktalk.net



W6 - Using Clay with Troubled children


This workshop is likely to appeal to practitioners of all levels.

Troubled children struggle to cope with the demands of day to day life and using clay in therapy is an extremely effective medium to help express many of their difficulties. As an active therapy founded on sensate experiences; those of touch and movement which are embodied encounters with matter that can help to connect us with the power of the imagination and use of metaphor, clay therapy enables communication when problems are hard to put into words. The hands do the talking. This makes it a universal language for fostering emotional intelligence and is especially helpful when working with issues such as anger, bereavement, loss, attachment, separation, harassment, bullying, sexual identity, transgender issues, shame, and guilt.

The intention in this workshop is to extend participant learning on how to make meaning through the use of clay and metaphor: the potter and the clay being one of the oldest metaphors of all time. Theory, skills and application will be interlinked throughout our time spent together. No previous experience is necessary but a willingness to perhaps get messy helps!

Dr Lynne Souter-Anderson is a BACP senior accredited therapist with over 25 years’ experience and PTUK Senior status supervisor Her private practice is in Cambridgeshire, where she offers psychotherapy, play therapy, clinical supervision and consultancy work. She has a wealth of experience using the creative arts therapeutically and is an accomplished international trainer delivering many clay therapy workshops at PTUK Conferences including Ireland, France, Australia and Morocco. Lynne’s recent book, Making Meaning, Clay Therapy with Children and Adolescents (2015) illuminates her work through ten case studies using clay with young people. She is also author of Touching Clay, Touching What? The Use of Clay in Therapy. (2010)

W7 - Meeting Peter Pan and Red Riding Hood in the Playroom


This workshop is for anyone who would like to take time to reflect on their internal process when working with abused and traumatised children. There will be time to creatively explore through narrative, metaphor and role, the impact of your work alongside maintaining good self - care.

The workshop will be facilitated by Emma Steadman and Susan Atkins.

Emma is a Certified Play Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer for APAC. She has worked with children and young people within CAMHS who have experienced abuse, including torture. Emma has a keen interest in the link between the therapist’s self -care and the skills involved in creatively accompanying children and young people in recovering from abusive experiences.




Susan is an accredited Play Therapist and counsellor, Supervisor and Trainer for APAC. She has a particular interest in working creatively to explore personal growth and development, which she believes is crucial to the development to any therapy practitioner.




W8 - Looking behind behaviour


Many of our clients are referred to play therapy because of the behaviours they display in their settings. Many will have experienced loss and trauma in their lives and it is important to understand the link between the coping strategies they display, in the form of behaviours, attachment theory and the work we do.

This interactive workshop helps participants to understand the impact of experiencing attachment trauma and is especially helpful to those working with both Adopted and Looked After Children and others who have experienced loss through relational breakups and death.

It links attachment theory to the play therapy sessions and brings in current thinking from the world of neuroscience and attachment theorists.

Course Outline
  • Participants will experience the impact of attachment trauma using a sand experience
  • Participants will be given a brief overview of the Dynamic Maturational Model and how this supports the work we do in the play room
  • There will be a brief link to current neuroscience and how this supports our understanding of attachment theory
This course is delivered by 2 therapists to support the emotional safety of the participants
Main Presenter: Ann Marie Tipper


Ann Marie Tipper - I am a PTUK Play Therapist and Approved Supervisor. I have an MSc in Attachment Studies and a passion for working with children with attachment trauma. In the UK I have my own company where I work with a team of like-minded therapists who, as well as delivering Play Therapy in the community, also help parents and professionals who support traumatised children.

I have a charity in Kenya, Play Kenya, where we have two therapeutic homes supporting the most vulnerable children. One of our homes is for girls under the age of 12 who have experienced sexual abuse and our other therapeutic home is for boys who have survived living on the streets of Nakuru.


W9 - MA Workshop 2015


Following your qualification as a Certified/Accredited Play Therapist, have you developed a passion and curiosity in an area perhaps arising from your practice that you would love to focus on and develop?

If so the MA in Play Therapy is the next step and will also:
  • Provide considerable satisfaction through the achievement of the MA award
  • Establish you as an authority on your subject
  • Continue your career and personal development
  • Be attractive to employers and commissioners of play therapy services
  • Increase your chances of an increase in remuneration and promotion
  • Open up new opportunities in training and academic careers
If you are interested to know more the new ‘Introduction Workshop’ will give you an opportunity through creative and academic exercises as well as group discussion and detailed information to consider carefully whether this is your next step. Participants are welcome to the MA evening event later that day (5.30pm - 7.00pm) to meet current MA students and see presentations of ongoing research projects.

Led by: Lara Kasza (APAC Course Director of the MA in Play Therapy) - email larakasza@hotmail.com for further information





POST QUALIFYING COURSES

Post Qualifying Certificate in Clinical Supervision - 7 days 14th to 20th June 2015

The role of the Clinical Supervisor will become even more important with ‘Right Touch’ regulation. This course will enable you to leverage your play therapy experience to help many more children by advising and supporting other practitioners through clinical supervision to maintain high standards of practice. PTI/PTUK accredited training courses are now run at 10 venues in the UK, 3 in Ireland, 1 in France and in 6 other countries, producing a stream of Play/Creative Arts Therapists who require clinical supervision. This course is designed to help to fill the shortage of suitably trained Supervisors. Becoming a Certified Clinical Supervisor is also an essential step on the way to being a PTUK Certified Play Therapy Trainer. Both of these career opportunities will provide extra job satisfaction and additional substantial income.

The course is designed for those who have at least 200 hours experience of working with children or adolescents using play/creative arts therapy as well as experienced, accredited counsellors. It includes:
  • A model for the supervision of play and creative arts therapies
  • Agreeing contracts
  • Using creative arts for supervision
  • Using the Play Therapy Dimension Model for supervision
  • Supervisee’s training requirements
  • Dealing with supervisees’ career development issues
The course has been updated to take into account the requirements of ‘Right Touch’ regulation and the use of Skype for supervising overseas students. Recognised for academic quality by Leeds Beckett University.

A 1-day follow-up day, to present your supervision requirements in a peer group, is offered in a year’s time at a cost of £130.

Facilitated by Emma Steadman.

Emma is a Certified Play Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer for APAC. She has worked with children and young people within CAMHS who have experienced abuse, including torture. Emma has a keen interest in the link between the therapist’s self -care and the skills involved in creatively accompanying children and young people in recovering from abusive experiences.



Post Qualifying Certificate in Filial Coaching - 4 days - 14th to 17th June

Filial Play Coaching is a natural career development for Play Therapists and other practitioners who wish to work with parents and families. The PTUK model places an emphasis on working with socially deprived families. The purpose is to provide practice based training to enable participants to coach parents/carers to use filial play effectively with their children including the use of touch.

You should be able to incorporate the techniques taught on this course into your work to open up new career opportunities.

Course content includes:
  • An understanding of the main models of filial play, their pros and cons
  • How to assess the parents and children being considered for filial play
  • Teaching the parents the importance of play, the main types of play and their purpose so that they can achieve a suitable balance with their children
  • How to ensure that the parents know how to structure a filial play session
  • How to coach parents in the four key skills of filial play
  • Ensure that the parents know how to focus on the child during a filial play session
  • Demonstrating the use and applicability of the main filial play tools: art media, music, movement, sandtray, storytelling, puppets clearly indicating which are appropriate for use at home and those that may be used in the therapist’s play room
  • Advising parents upon acquiring, making and using appropriate equipment, materials and toys during their home play sessions according to their circumstances
  • How to ensure that the parents know how to use encouragement during a filial play session
  • Advising parents upon how to make notes on home play sessions suitable for use during the coaching discussions
  • How to integrate the use of filial play with play therapy if this is being used concurrently
  • Maintaining suitable records of progress and carry out quality management of filial play work
  • How to brief other involved organisations and colleagues upon the purpose and methods of filial therapy
The course being offered is an updated version of the original very popular programme. Upon the completion of 40 hours of satisfactory, documented filial play coaching practice the PTI/PTUK Post Qualifying Certificate in Filial Play Coaching will be awarded. Recognised for academic quality by Leeds Beckett University.

There is a follow up day on 12th June 2015 for those who attended the previous conference filial coaching course.

Facilitated by Karen O’Neill, Senior APAC Course Director, Accredited Play Therapist and Clinical Supervisor

Post Qualifying Certificate in Sandplay Skills Programme Part 1 -
4 days 14th to 17th June 2015
Preceded by - Theory day 12th June 2015

Post Qualifying Certificate in Sandplay Skills Programme Part 2 -
3 days - 18th to 20th June 2015

(Please note Parts 1 and 2 cannot be taken together)

If you are a play therapy practitioner, counsellor, psychotherapist or other mental health practitioner who wishes to extend your skills in the therapeutic medium most frequently chosen by children, and also to use sandplay therapy with adolescents and adults, choose this programme.

In Sandplay therapy the client sets up a world in a sand tray that corresponds to their inner state using objects/figures and in the arrangement of the sand. In this manner, through free, creative play, unconscious processes are made visible in a three-dimensional form. Through a series of images that take shape in this way, the process of individuation described by Carl Jung is stimulated and brought to fruition. Sandplay has been termed an ‘X-ray of the Psyche’. You can see the changes in the clients’ processes and progression.

Experiential Training

Doing one’s own sandplay work is essential. In order to engage in the medium of sandplay with a client, the therapist must have experienced the movement of his or her psyche by the same means. To attempt to engage in sandplay with a client without having undergone one’s own sandplay work would not be safe.

The 7-day experiential training that is required is offered is in two parts:
  • Certificate in Therapeutic Sandplay Skills - Part 1. This four day course, preceded by the theory day, will enable you to start practising.
  • Certificate in Therapeutic Sandplay Skills - Part 2. This 3-day course is for those who have previously completed Part 1 and have at least 20 hours of sandplay therapy practice
Theory

It is vital that sandplay therapy practitioners have an embedded knowledge of the underlying theoretical principles. This is most effectively accomplished by reading ‘The Handbook of Sand Play Therapy’ by Barbara Turner in advance of the Theory day. (The cost of the book is not included in the Conference progamme but may be purchased through the Amazon link on the PTUK website www.playtherapy.org.uk ). This theoretical part of the programme does not, on its own, provide the competencies required to practice as a sandplay therapy practitioner.

Certificates of attendance will be issued after each experiential training course. The final award of PTI/PTUK ‘Certified Practitioner in Therapeutic Sandplay Skills’ will be made upon satisfactory completion of Parts 1 and 2 of the training and 50 clinically supervised hours of practice.

These courses are facilitated by the highly experienced Sandplay Therapist and Trainer, Eunice Stagg.

Eunice Stagg MA, CST, MBACP Senior Accredited - Eunice is a clinical member of the British and Irish Sandplay Society (BISS) and serves on their Executive Board. She is a Certified Sandplay Therapist – Member of the International Society for Sandplay (ISST) and a Senior Accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) She is an Accredited Play Therapist with Play Therapy UK, (PTUK) Senior trainer and Certified Senior Supervisor for Play Therapy International (PTI) and has conducted trainings in Africa, India, New Zealand, Malaysia and many countries throughout the world. She lives and works in The United Kingdom and has a private practice working with both Adults and Children.

Post Qualifying Certificate In Counselling Children and Young People

We all know that young children do not often use talking as a way to resolve their issues but as they grow older this changes.This new course is designed for Certified or Accredited Play Therapists who wish to extend their skills to use talking therapy with children and young persons as well as creative arts media.

You will learn how to
  • Communicate effectively using listening, reflecting, empathy, attending, observing, paraphrasing, summarising skills with children and young people in the therapeutic relationship
  • Have a better understanding of transference and counter transference as it arises in the therapeutic relationship and how to respond effectively
  • Identify the ways in which children and young people manage and process their emotions, including the ability to recognize situations where they are finding it difficult to access these
  • Help the child or young person to find appropriate words to describe their emotions
  • Help the child or young person to verbalise the key concerns, meanings and memories which emerge out of emotional arousal
  • Help the child or young person identify and verbalise the wishes, needs, behaviours and goals associated with feelings and emotions
  • Integrate the use of therapeutic creative arts media (from your Play Therapy experience) directively with talking therapy skills
  • The course will help you increase your self awareness and understand how this can help or hinder the therapeutic relationship
A follow-up day on 12th June for those who previously completed the 7 days at a cost of £130.


Presented by Susan Atkins who has over 30 years experience of working with children and families in a variety of settings. For the last ten years she has provided Play Therapy within primary schools and more recently has a private practice working with adults. Susan is an Accredited Play Therapist and counsellor, supervisor and trainer for APAC.




Post Qualifying StoryPlay® Level I & II for PTUK/PTI/APAC

The combined course will be for PTUK certified play therapists and Course Directors certified by PTUK/PTI. Along with the seven day workshop, there will be on-line assignments for participants to complete.

Definition of StoryPlay®

StoryPlay® is a multi-cultural, resiliency-based, indirective Play Therapy model that draws upon the natural inner resources, skills, and strengths of each child, adolescent, adult or family member to generate healing, growth, and change. StoryPlay® is founded upon the principles of Milton H. Erickson, Indigenous teachings, and the innovative approaches of Dr. Joyce Mills. With the power and spirit of therapeutic storytelling and play at its center, each element of the StoryPlay® approach provides participants with play therapy, hands-on, creative tools for working with difficult or traumatized clients using their favored treatment modality or philosophy.

Course Description:

Using the twelve modules of the StoryPlay® Foundations training manual, this seven day course teaches the six roots, key elements, and essentials of the StoryPlay® model, including therapeutic metaphors, storytelling, story-crafts, sensory synchronicity, artistic, living metaphors, and therapeutic rituals and ceremonies. Award-winning Founder and author, Dr. Mills shows how StoryPlay® can be effectively utilized with specialized populations or situations, such as natural and man-made disasters, PTSD, abuse, ADHD, attachment, grief and loss; and various treatment modalities; i.e., play, family, individual, group therapy, sand tray, expressive art, and movement.

Participants will also be required to complete assignments on-line demonstrating their ability to develop a treatment plan utilizing Therapeutic storytelling, Artistic, StoryCrafts, Living Metaphors, and Therapeutic Rituals and Ceremonies.


Presented by Dr Joyce Mills






Conference Programme
Fri 12th JuneClinical Supervisors' follow up* and top up day.
Sandplay Therapy Theory day
Counselling Children and Young People follow up day
Filial Play Coaching Follow Up Day
Sat 13th
09:00-09:45Welcome and opening address - Monika Jephcott, Chief Executive
Update on Registration - Jeff Thomas
09:45-11:00Keynote Address by Dr Joyce Mills
11:00-11:30Coffee and networking break
11:30-13:00Continuation of Keynote Address by Dr Joyce Mills
13:00-14:00Lunch (included in conference fee)
14:00-17:00 W1
Culture, Metaphors and Play: Finding Resilience Through the Storms
W2
Playing with Fire
W3
INSIDE OUT: Taking the therapy room into the great outdoors
W4
Working with Groups - a few steps further
W5
Embracing Children’s Spirituality
W6
Using Clay with Troubled children
W7
Meeting Peter Pan and Red Riding Hood in the Playroom
W8
Looking behind behaviour
W9
MA Workshop 2015
Sun 14thPQ Certificate in Clinical Supervision (Day 1)PQ Certificate in Filial Coaching/ Mentoring (Day 1)PQ Certificate in Sandplay Skills Part 1 (Day 1)PQ Certificate in Counselling Children and Y P (Day 1)PQ StoryPlay Level 1 & 2 (Day 1)
Mon 15thPQ Certificate in Clinical Supervision (Day 2)PQ Certificate in Filial Coaching/ Mentoring (Day 2)PQ Certificate in Sandplay Skills Part 1 (Day 2)PQ Certificate in Counselling Children and Y P (Day 2)PQ StoryPlay Level 1 & 2 (Day 2)
Tue 16thPQ Certificate in Clinical Supervision (Day 3)PQ Certificate in Filial Coaching/ Mentoring (Day 3)PQ Certificate in Sandplay Skills Part 1 (Day 3)PQ Certificate in Counselling Children and Y P (Day 3)PQ StoryPlay Level 1 & 2 (Day 3)
Wed 17thPQ Certificate in Clinical Supervision (Day 4)PQ Certificate in Filial Coaching/ Mentoring (Day 4)PQ Certificate in Sandplay Skills Part 1 (Day 4)PQ Certificate in Counselling Children and Y P (Day 4)PQ StoryPlay Level 1 & 2 (Day 4)
Thu 18thPQ Certificate in Clinical Supervision (Day 5) PQ Certificate in Sandplay Skills Part 2 (Day 1)PQ Certificate in Counselling Children and Y P (Day 5)PQ StoryPlay Level 1 & 2 (Day 5)
Fri 19thPQ Certificate in Clinical Supervision (Day 6) PQ Certificate in Sandplay Skills Part 2 (Day 2)PQ Certificate in Counselling Children and Y P (Day 5)PQ StoryPlay Level 1 & 2 (Day 6)
Sat 20thPQ Certificate in Clinical Supervision (Day 7) PQ Certificate in Sandplay Skills Part 2 (Day 3)PQ Certificate in Counselling Children and Y P (Day 5)PQ StoryPlay Level 1 & 2 (Day 7)


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