Welcome!

 

We are so glad you are here. Take a look around our website for some exciting upcoming trainings, networking opportunities, and resources around Play Therapy!

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 Registration for our Fall Conference is open!
Join us in September as we welcome Kadesha Adelakun, LCSW, RPT-S, PMH-C to present on 'Good Trouble: Moving from Ally to Accomplice in the Playroom' & 'Racial Trauma and the Ethics of Cultural Humility in the Playroom' !

 

Read more and register on our Registration Page
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Free Summer Trainings for Members!
Access free trainings this summer on Supervision and Ethics in Play Therapy! 
See our Calendar of Events for more information and to register!
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Do you have expertise to share with our Colorado Play Therapy community? 

 Check out our call for proposals to submit to present with us either at an in-person conference or for a virtual workshop. Contact [email protected] with any questions, and for more information on future trainings, look at our Calendar of Events!

 

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We want to know how we can serve you!
CAPT exists to support play therapists in Colorado. If you have any suggestions or ideas on how we can better do that, please don't hesitate to reach out to [email protected]

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What is Play Therapy?

Play Therapy is defined by APT as “the systematic use of a theoretical model to establish an interpersonal process wherein trained Play Therapists use the therapeutic powers of play to help clients prevent or resolve psychosocial difficulties and achieve optimal growth and development." 
Play Therapy should only be provided by mental health professionals who have met the required education, licensure, and additional specialized training and supervision specific to Play Therapy.  
Play Therapy isn’t Just Play!

 

Colorado APT proudly achieved Gold Branch for 2020!!
   
Branches exhibiting superior performance are annually presented Gold Branch Awards and are identified by the Gold Branch insignia. To earn a Gold Branch Award, a branch must earn at least 100 points in these core areas between April and March:
  • Membership Growth
  • Sponsored Play Therapy Education
  • Communications (emails, newsletters, etc) to members
  • Maintain a percentage of branch members who hold the RPT, RPT-S or SB-RPT credential
  • Public Play Therapy Outreach promotions
  • Other: Active website, social media channels, award programs, networking events, and the branch leadership/business meeting at the APT Annual Conference