PhilPlay launches the 2020 workshops beginning with the Basic Play Therapy Workshop 1 this coming April 16-18, 2020 at the Function room of the University Dormitory of the Ateneo de Manila University. Come and meet Dr. Honey Carandang who will introduce participants to the basic principles of the Child- directed play therapy. This 3 day workshop allows participants to have a personal and experiential approach to learning the expressive modes of play therapy.
After the BPT 1, PhilPlay continues on to Basic Play Therapy Workshop 2 as the next step to being a certified play therapist. Participants submit a short video of themselves conducting play therapy with a child and this video will be presented for learning session. BPT1 attendance is a must. This is a 2-day workshop and is equally as experiential as the first one. Venue is the same as BPT 1.
So come on and join our workshops and learn to do play therapy!
PhilPlay wrapped up its 10th anniversary with a Basic Play Therapy Workshop last November 14-16, 2019 in The Aerie of the University Dormitory, Ateneo de Manila University.
The group of 7 participants met with our mentor and founder, Dr. Honey Carandang. They also had very engaging discussions with Dr. Wash Garcia, our president, facilitators Uzi de Leon, Marisa Marin, and Tito Tom Batalla.
Watch out for 2020 when PhilPlay prepares for supervision of play therapists, more workshops, and more play time.
We would like to invite everyone to our last offering for 2019. PhilPlay announces our flagship workshop to be offered this November 14-16, 2019 to be held at the Function Room B of the University Dormitory of the Ateneo de Manila University. Regular fees are P12,000. Come and meet our founder and mentor, Dr. Honey Carandang.
It has really been a busy year for Philplay as we conducted free workshops this 2019 to commemorate our 10th year.
To cap off this year, PhilPlay offers Basic Play Therapy Workshops 1 and 2. BPT1 will be on October 11-12, 2019. BPT2 will be on November 14-16, 2019. Venues are both in the campus of Ateneo de Manila University
Now and then, words fail us. Words are unable to fully capture our deepest sentiments and the complexity of our experience. Children, because of their still-developing language skills, may be particularly prone to this problematic situation where they cannot directly or clearly communicate what they feel.
But art, music and dance can just as effectively capture our thoughts and feelings, if not actually more so. The expressive arts has long been regarded as the language of the soul. Freed from the evaluative judgment of the analytical mind and the restrictions posed by words, the person is able to get in touch with his inner self in a raw, natural and authentic way. This frequently leads to more meaningful reflections and better insight.
Join us during our G.A. and experience how through some select activities, one modality of expressive arts (whether it’s art, music or dance) can facilitate self-knowledge, self-understanding and self-acceptance. Choose a workshop and allow yourself to be free, mindful and creative.