Play Therapy Ireland Members have access to:
'Play for Life' - the full colour practitioner journal published by Play Therapy International (PTI) and including contributions from Ireland
Research reports based upon play therapy clinical outcomes data held in the SEPACTO database managed by PTUK on behalf of PTI and PTIrl.
Play Therapy UK is in the process of constructing a play therapy bibliographic database which will be made available for all PTIrl Members. At present this has over 400 titles which are currently being classified and graded.
As an interim measure we list below the 'most read' play therapy books.
This list is based upon the number of book reviews produced by APAC's students' during the Certificate in Therapeutic Play and Diploma in Play Therapy courses. It is therefore derived from the course reading list and the usefulness found by the students. The list includes includes books about individual play therapy 'tools' such as music, sandtray, movement and drama as well as play therapy itself. The top three titles are recommended as essential reading for anyone who wishes to train as a Play Therapist. The list shows the title, publisher, ISBN and authors/editors.
Keen to develop a career in Play Therapy? Making plans for the Summer Holidays? Thinking about the intensive 15 day's Summer School at La Mouline, France but feel a little nervous about Brexit? Rest assured, we are Brexit-ready and Summer School in La Mouline will be running as usual, whatever form Brexit takes.
In the event of adverse weather, please consider your own safety. Unless you have been advised otherwise by APAC, all courses will run as scheduled at all venues. Please regularly check your emails. If you decide that you are unable to make your journey, please contact your Course Director or the APAC Office to let them know. If you are attending the first weekend of a course, please email Monika Jephcott on firstname.lastname@example.org