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Ethical Guidelines for Utilizing Play Therapy During the Supervision Process

Join us for a Live Webinar on September 19, 2022 from 1-2:30 pm EST
1.5 Ethics CE Credits available for behavioral health clinicians

This course will address the ethical guidelines imperative to implement when utilizing play therapy during the supervision process.  The process of supervision will be examined as well as the decision to integrate play therapy into the supervision process.  Ethical standards and guidelines specific to supervision and play therapy will be explored and discussed.  The application of specific ethical guidelines for utilizing play therapy during the supervision process will be explored by discussing specific case examples.  The rationale for utilizing play therapy during supervision, coupled with the importance of understanding relevant ethical guidelines, will be explored for mental health clinicians who provide supervision for licensure as well as supervision for graduate students.

This course is being offered to Clinical Supervisors, but is not included in registration for the Clinical Supervision Forum.  Registration for "Ethical Guidelines for Utilizing Play Therapy During the Supervision Process" must be made separately from those enrolling in the Clinical Supervision Forum.

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Laura Fazio-Griffith
PhD, NCC, LPC-S, LMFT,
Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor

Dr. Laura Fazio-Griffith received her PhD from the University of New Orleans in Counselor Education.  She is a national certified counselor, licensed professional counselor supervisor, a licensed marriage and family therapist, and a registered play therapist supervisor.  Dr. Fazio-Griffith was the clinical director for the Counseling and Training Center of Families Helping Families of Greater New Orleans for approximately 5 years.  She provided individual, group, and family counseling as well as supervision for master’s level counseling interns.  She has been an adjunct assistant professor at UNO, Southeastern, and LSU. She joined our faculty in August of 2010 after completing two years as a visiting assistant professor at LSU. She served as the president of LACES from 2004-06 and was the Counselor Education representative on the LACES board until July 2011. She served as treasurer on the Louisiana Association for Play Therapy Executive Board and is Past-President of the Louisiana Association for Play Therapy.  She has served as president for the Louisiana Association for Career Development and also serves on two national editorial boards. She serves on the American Counseling Association Branch Development Committee, and the Association for Play Therapy Education Committee and Registration and Credentialing Committee and University Education Committee, and Nominations and Elections Committee as well as the task force to develop a history of play therapy for APT. She has developed the play therapy program and the counseling program is an approved provider from the Association for Play Therapy for continuing play therapy education.  She has presented nationally and statewide on various topics related to supervision, play therapy, and group work.   Her research interests include group work, personality disorders, supervision, and play therapy. Dr. Fazio-Griffith was honored by the Louisiana Association for Counselor Education and Supervision as the Senior Counselor Educator of the year at the 2016 LCA Conference, the award for Distinguished Professional Service, 2018 for the Louisiana Counseling Association, and the Senior Supervisor Award by the Louisiana Association for Counselor Education and Supervision at the 2019 LCA Conference, and the Play Therapist of the Year: Lifetime Achievement by the Louisiana Association for Play Therapy in 2020. Dr. Fazio-Griffith was appointed to the LPC Board by the Governor effective September 1, 2018. Dr. Fazio-Griffith is the faculty advisor for the counseling programs Chi Sigma Iota chapter.  She is the recipient of the Nell Yarborough Sibley Endowed Professorship in Human Sciences for 2020-23.  You can find Dr. Fazio-Griffith by clicking here.

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