Do You Want to Expand Your Mental Health Expertise, Improve Your Clinical Skills, or Level Up Your Practice?

Play Therapy Training

I offer a variety of training for beginning and advanced mental health professionals on a variety of topics that encourage and support you as you develop the skills needed to be an effective play therapist.

Content of trainings is presented at the graduate level for professional counselors, social workers, school counselors, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, new and experienced play therapists and graduate students interested in play therapy.

I would be happy to travel to your agency, professional organization, or other setting to present a workshop or class.

LEAPT Adlerian Play Therapy Training

November 28-December 2 Adlerian Applications of Sandtray Play Therapy (Live Online)

December 16 Integrating Adlerian Play Therapy and EMDR (Live Online)

January 13-15 Conceptualizing and Treatment Planning in Adlerian Play Therapy (Live Online)

January 20 Adlerian Play Therapy for Traumatized Clients- Using Play to Heal While Taking Care of Yourself (Live Online)

April 14-16 Adlerian Family Play Therapy (In-Person or Live Online)

May 31, 2024 Navigating Play Themes in Adlerian Play Therapy (live online)

June 19-23 Adlerian Applications of Sandtray Play Therapy (In-Person or Live Online)

June 28-30, July 12-14 Adlerian Applications of Sand Tray Play Therapy Weekend Edition - (Live Webinar)

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About Your Trainer

Hi, I’m Kim Feeney, LISW, RPT-S. I’m pleased to bring my unique balance of experience, expertise, and training to my new training center, Monarch Mastery Consulting and Training and specifically the Adlerian Play therapy trainings. As a play therapist for over ten years, I can personally speak to the power of utilizing play with clients.

My journey into Adlerian play therapy began in 2018 when I attended my first training with Terry Kottman, the founder and developer of Adlerian play therapy. Before then, I had been strictly child-centered in my work with children and rarely involved parents and families in my work. This theory and way of being with kids felt inauthentic, however, I did not know there was another way.

A lot has happened since that first class! I have completely embraced Adlerian has my foundational theory in all my work with children AND families. Realizing, it's ok to be directive in sessions, and that clients need to gain insight to create real change in their lives, I feel congruent and authentic in my sessions. Involving the parents and families into my work has also shifted the way I practice in a positive direction.

I now lead a small group practice. I enjoy facilitating play therapy with my clients and helping them to gain insight into their ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving.

Interested in my credentials?