The California Association for Play Therapy, Sacramento Chapter Proudly Presents:
The Nurtured Heart Approach and Play Therapy Interventions
Presented by Lyla Tyler, LMFT, RPT-S NHA Advanced Trainer, Terrah Tillman, LMFT, NHA Trainer
Earn 2 Non-Contact CEs
May 14, 2021 – 10am-12pm PST
This workshop will teach key concepts of the Nurtured Heart Approach and how it can be used with Play Therapy interventions. We will share playful techniques including the use of games and art to teach resets and recognitions. You will leave this workshop with activities you can use the next day to build Inner Wealth® in your clients and families. Come play with us!
- Understand and describe how the Nurtured Heart Approach can be incorporated creatively using play therapy with children and families.
- Describe how different play therapy modalities will be used to compliment the Nurtured Heart Approach.
- Demonstrate at least 3 play therapy-based interventions inspired by the Nurtured Heart Approach that will enhance greatness and resilience for children and families.
- Name the 3 stands that are the core of the Nurtured Heart Approach.
Lyla Tyler is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a Registered Play Therapy Supervisor and also an Advanced Trainer for the Nurtured Heart Approach®. Lyla is the owner of Kid Counseling Sacramento and specializes in treating children and families in Sacramento, California. She was a Program Manager for two large Residential Treatment centers in Sacramento and also facilitated groups for Sutter Medical Foundation through the Children’s Bereavement Art Group. She specializes in the treatment of children dealing with trauma, grief and loss, and critical illness in the family. Lyla has provided training throughout California, the United States and Internationally.
Terrah Tillman LMFT is the founder of Yellow Brick Road Child and Parent Counseling in Sacramento. She specializes in play therapy, attachment, parenting issues, divorce, anxiety, grief and trauma. Her extensive background in working with families and young children through the teenage years includes 10 years in private practice. She was the clinical manager at KidsFirst and has worked with underserved and low income populations at River Oak Center for Children and the Children’s Receiving Home. Being a foster parent and parent of her own she has lots of first hand experience in utilizing play therapy strategies and techniques!
This workshop meets the qualifications for 2 non-contact hours of continuing education as required by the Association for Play Therapy (APT). The California Association for Play Therapy (CALAPT) is approved by APT to offer continuing education specific to play therapy (provider # 00-094). CALAPT maintains responsibility for the program. No CE credit available for partial attendance. The opinions expressed by the presenters do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the CALAPT Board of Directors or membership.
Attendees can access this course by logging into their CalAPT account and looking under “my courses.” If you have any issues contact firstname.lastname@example.org