Disaster Activity Book for Kids
With the impact of Hurricane Florence, APT is once again providing a free member-only activity book, Too Much Weather, to help children cope with natural disasters. The activity book was created by Anne Stewart, PhD, RPT-S and Danielle Budash, PhD, RPT-S in response to Hurricane Katrina.
APT will prioritize orders received to ensure copies are provided to those affected by the hurricane first. Print copies are limited and available through the APT website in English and Spanish. You may also download the book for free (English/ Spanish).
APT Members Appear in Cover Story
APT members, Dee Ray, PhD, LPC-S, RPT-S, Nancy Cochran, MS, LMHP, Jeff Cochran, PhD, LMHC, and Ashley Wroton, EdS, LPC, RPT were featured in the September issue of Counseling Today’s cover story, “The therapy behind play therapy” by Bethany Bray. Research Chair, Dr. Dee Ray addresses communication between child and counselor, testing limitations, and the self-directive approach. Learn More
APT has an official hashtag for the upcoming Annual APT International Conference: #a4pt2018. Use the hashtag to connect with others as you prepare for the conference. Don’t forget to also use #a4pt2018 to highlight your conference adventures!