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Sensory Processing and Trauma: A Handful of Play Activities

  • 16 Nov 2016
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • 2120 North Central Avenue Suite #130, Phoenix, Arizona, 85004


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Sensory Processing and Trauma: A Handful of Play Activities
Presented by:
Juliet Fortino, MC, LPC, RPT-S

Come explore an overview of Sensory Processing and Sensory Processing Disorder. This training will explore how sensory behaviors manifest in the play room. This course will cover how trauma impacts sensory functioning and the behaviors exhibited for these children in the play therapy setting. Sensory-based play therapy activities will be explored for use in the play room.

Level of Training: Foundational/Intermediate

Juliet Fortino, MC, LPC, RPT-SJuliet Fortino, MC, LPC, RPT-S works with Children and Families involved with CPS and the various child mental health agencies in the Tucson community in a private practice setting. She has 17 years experience working with child trauma, abuse, attachment, and play therapy. Juliet is the current president of the Arizona Association for Play Therapy.


Participants will be able to:

  1. Understand sensory processing and the how dysfunction manifests in behaviors seen in the play therapy room.
  2. Understand the relationship between trauma and sensory processing and the impact this has on play therapy.
  3. Learn the general types of sensory processing and it's use and function in children's bodies and how this impacts a play therapist.
  4. Explore strategies and techniques that you can utilize in the play room when working with children with sensory processing difficulties.

All are welcome!

The cost is $35 for members and $45 for non-members. 2.0 CEU's
***Registration at the door begins at 6:00pm***
Bring your brochures and business cards to network!
*Please register online or email suzanne@azapt.org to reserve your seat.
Pre-registration is requested.

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