Lecture: How much fun are you?
I am very proud en happy to be able to organise this lecture. I find it a must for each coach, trainer and consultant, working with people and animals. The better we can reach the owner or handler, the better we can help the animal. And Tracie Faa Thompson is THE professional, with a big heart for humans and animals. An unique oportunity!
Lecture: How much fun are you? Intergrate play technics in your consultations
Speaker: Tracie Faa Thompson
Date: Sunday 24th of May 2020.
Doors open: 9.00 hours.
Start:-End: 9.30 untill 17.00 hours.
Location: Rijksweg 14 te Milsbeek, The Netherlands
Lunch: Dutch sandwiches, soup and salad and snacks are included.
Costs: 97,50 included VAT btw – 80,58 excluded VAT
Spoken language lecturer: English
Organiser: Rachaël Draaisma
Sign up and info: firstname.lastname@example.org
This lecture centers around the question “How much fun are you?, with the additional Integrate Play technics into your lessons and consultations. This lecture is especially dessigned for trainers, coaches and consultants who work with customer and animal. During the lecture Tracie Faa Thompson introduces direct and indirect play technics. This gives you as trainer, coach or consultant extra tools to connect with your customer. When signing in you can hand in that specific customer type, you want extra help with.
There is limited spaces to keep the group small and have optimal learning possibility for the attendants.
Tracie Faa Thompson, BA Social Work, Advanced award in Social Work, Practice teacher, MA Crim, PG NDPT, Clin Hypno, Cert EAGALA, Cert IAAPT, Cert Filial Therapy instructor.
Tracie is a specialist social worker in adoption working with traumatised children and their adoptive and foster families. She is a British Association of Play Therapists-registered play therapist who uses a mix of individual play therapy, filial therapy, and group filial methods. Tracie is a practice teacher of social work students and a trainer in Life Story Work and Attachment Theory. Tracie has a lifetime of experience of living and working with dogs and horses and over 28 years of working with vulnerable children and families. Tracie believes that patience and a focus on building relationships and partnerships are the key to healing. She is the author of numerous peer reviewed manuals, articles, book chapters and training programmes on attachment and resilience, life story work, sibling contact in adoption, introductions of adoptive families and children, EAL/EAP, and Animal Assisted Play Therapy.
Tracie and Dr Rise Van Fleet Internationally famous Animal Assisted Play Therapist have been working together since 2005 to enhance Relationship based animal assisted play therapy trainings worldwide. In 2010 they co-founded the International Institute of Animal Assisted Play Therapy© (IIAAPT) which delivers high quality training in Animal Assisted Play Therapy to therapists and animal professionals Internationally. Their first peer reviewed book on the subject of Animal Assisted Play Therapy which came out in September 2017 recieved and is recieving critical acclaim and is on the reading list for numerous universities.