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We bring together aspiring and seasoned child-centered play therapists to support and inspire each other with the shared goal of preserving and advancing the effectiveness of the child-centered model so that we can positively impact children and families worldwide.

Play Therapy Professional™ Certification

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Play Therapy Professional™ Certification

APT Approved CEUs

Play therapists often struggle to find quality APT approved CEUs tailored to the child-centered approach they require to maintain licensure and their RPT certification. Dr. Brenna Hicks, host of the Play Therapy Podcast, has partnered exclusively with Core Wellness to deliver the highest quality CCPT training. Here you can find the resources and training you seek to excel in your practice and meet your professional requirements.


APT Approved CEUs

Filial Therapy Using Child Parent Relationship Therapy: Adding Parent Coaching to Your Play Therapy Practice

This course will provide an overview of the Filial Model using Child Parent Relationship Therapy, best suited for families with children 3-12 years old.

Exploring the Foundations, Principles, and The “Four Pillars” of Child-Centered Play Therapy

This course provides an exploration of Child-Centered Play Therapy, including the foundations, core beliefs, philosophy, applications, skills, and techniques. Child-Centered Play Therapy is best suited for children 3-12 and is empirically supported for children with many presenting problems and issues. 

Please note: The Hicks Group, LLC, The Kid Counselor®, and Dr. Brenna Hicks is an independent entity and is not affiliated, endorsed, or sponsored by the Association for Play Therapy (APT). Any references made to APT or its principles are solely for informational purposes and do not imply any official endorsement or partnership.