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Adjustment Problems

Disruptive Behaviors

Grief and Loss

Anxiety and Fears


Stress Management

Divorce Adjustment

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RPT Credentialing

The Association for Play Therapy offers and maintains credentials for those interested in becoming a Registered Play Therapist (RPT), Registered Play Therapy Supervisor (RPT-S) School Based Registered Play Therapist (SB-RPT). One does not have to have play therapy credentials (RPT or RPT-S) to be a member of the Association. However, if you wish to pursue expertise recognition, you will want to work toward these credentials! For more information about the coursework, training, experience and supervision to become a recognized expert in play therapy, please visit the national association’s website here: http://www.a4pt.org/page/CredentialsHomepage