Garrett Counseling “Brave Play” CEUs

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Brave Play offers continuing education for mental health professionals that is interactive and experiential.

You’ll come away with more knowledge, new skills to enhance your practice, renewed energy, and meaningful connections. In today’s fast-paced world and complex mental health systems, many practitioners feel overwhelmed and experience burnout and other health problems. Our professional trainings are designed to offer you a safe space with unique opportunities to nourish your personal and professional selves.

The Brave Play Kits

 

The Brave Play kit is a tool used in therapy as a form of expressive therapy. Very similar to sand tray without the sand, the Brave Play kit was developed by Ashley Garrett as a portable and less intimidating method of processing through experiential Play Therapy. Used with children, teens, and adults, Brave Play allows a person to reflect on their own life with opportunities to resolve conflicts, increase self-acceptance, and develop plans to remove obstacles in their life.

Meet the Brave Play Founder

Ashley Garrett - Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Counselor, AL

My advanced degrees include a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Walden University.  Additionally, I hold an Education Specialist in Community Agency Counseling and a Masters degree in Agency Counseling from Jacksonville State University.  I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (#0856), a National Certified Counselor, a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, and a CCE Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS)  #4357.

Upcoming Trainings

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Past Trainings

Ethical Considerations: Working with Minors and Parents in Counseling – July 15th, 2023

Ethical Documentation in Mental Health – June 30th, 2023

History and Foundations of Play Therapy – June 30th, 2023

Solution-Focused Play Therapy: Theory and Practice – June 28th, 2023

Prescriptive Play Therapy: Theory and Practice – June 27th, 2023

Developing Cultural Humility: Using the Cultural-Formulation-Interview in Play Therapy – May 26th, 2023