Whenever it is not possible to attend a case consultation group, it may be more desirable to have individual supervisions over the phone. This course is designed for anyone who is currently seeing clients in play therapy may participate in phone supervisions with Dr. Byron Norton.
Cost of the phone supervision is $100 per hour.
The purpose of the supervisions may vary from desiring feedback on cases, preparing for court or assistance in assessing sexual abuse in children.
It also is an opportunity to learn more about experiential play therapy.
The supervision hours may also be used to meet part of the requirements for Registered Play Therapist – Supervisor.
All that is required is calling the office at 970-351-6688 (voice mail) or 970-351-6697 to set up a time for the call. The person seeking supervision must call at the appointed time. It may also be desirable to send a videotape ahead of the appointment time so that both individuals may view the tape as the supervision occurs.
At the time of supervision, call 970-352-2454 which is the supervision line.
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