Amy Robbins LPC, RPT-S has been providing clinical supervision and consultation since 2003.

I am a Certified Professional Counseling Supervisor (CPCS), licensed through LPCA of Georgia, and a Registered Play Therapy Supervisor (RPT-S).

I strive to create a nurturing atmosphere where your clinical skills are encouraged, respected, nurtured, and challenged. You will leave each session with a plan for your client case(s) and you will feel valued as a person and a therapist.

I offer a monthly clinical supervision group for counselors working on their LPC and/or RPT. This group is 3 hours long. It is typically held the last Tuesday of every month and the cost is $50 per person per hour. You may stay one hour, two hours or three hours.

If you prefer individual and/or dyadic supervision. The hourly cost is $150 and can be utilized for yourself or shared with another therapist.

Finally, I see many therapists for their own therapy in a private and confidential manner. Feel free to reach out to me regarding your own therapy.

Please find information below for upcoming workshops as well as a list-serve to receive emails from me a few times a year.

Upcoming workshops in 2020

Working with Parents as a Play Therapist and/or an Adolescent Therapist

TBD
The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany
2089 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

9:00am-3:30pm (12pm-1pm lunch on your own)
5 CEUS -LPCA approval #
APT Approved Provider 17-516

$115

Presenters:
Amy S. Robbins LPC, RPT-S

This workshop is for you- it is for the therapists who work with children and teenagers.

This training will help therapists to curtail their play therapy and adolescent therapy work to involve parents in a healthy and functional way. This training will enhance and inform your clinical work as a play therapist and an adolescent therapist by lessening the feelings of being confused, overwhelmed or unsure of what the working relationship should be with the parents.

Learning Objectives:


    • You will plan how to engage and build a strong relationship with the parents while keeping your integrity and work with their kids in play therapy/adolescent therapy a sacred one.
    • You will apply boundaries and structure with the parents in the context of play and adolescent therapy.
    • You will analyze when to bring parents into the play or adolescent therapy session- should you use Family Therapy or Filial Therapy, wait, what is Filial Therapy? Let’s explore this.
    • You will explore confidentiality and work through scenarios regarding this in the play therapy and adolescent therapy sessions.
    • We will have a question/answer session to address your particular questions and/or concerns.

Helping Families Heal- Trauma Informed Therapy Approaches for the Play Therapist, Adolescent Therapist and/or Family Therapist

TBD
The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany
2089 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

8:30am-4:00pm (12pm-1pm lunch on your own)
6 CEUS -LPCA approval #
Social Work approval #
APT Approved Provider 17-516

$150

Presenters:
Lisa Reid, LCSW
Amy S. Robbins LPC, RPT-S

Learning Objectives:


    • Elevate your knowledge of trauma with a greater understanding of Big T, Little T and the impact on the brain
    • Understand the importance of stabilization of trauma in the beginning of therapy within play therapy or adolescent therapy
    • Learn 3 tools to stabilize a child in play therapy with trauma
    • Learn 3 tools to stabilize a teenager with trauma
    • Learn 3 tools to stabilize a family with trauma
    • Identify ways to help parents parent after a trauma
    • Target predictors of compassion fatigue and ways to cope with it

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