Considering taking a Hospital Play Therapy course to kick start your career? Training courses often differ massively in terms of course content, cost and time they take to complete, as well as the level of qualification they are worth. There will be training programmes that offer nothing other than a certificate of completion, while other Hospital Play Therapy courses will work towards passing NVQ/SVQ and industry recognised qualifications. A limited number of training courses are free to enrol on, while some students will be entitled to get their Hospital Play Therapy course funded or subsidised. For more information, our careers guide and course articles will show you the benefits completing a Hospital Play Therapy course can have on your job prospects.
Play therapists help children to make sense of difficult life experiences, past or present, through the symbolic communication of play. Play is a child's natural way of communicating and can help children to explore various issues that they might find difficult to express in other ways. Play therapy work is usually with children aged between 3 and 11, sometimes with adolescents, and mainly on a one-to-one basis with sessions lasting about an hour. Some play therapists also work with groups of children. Approaches and techniques vary from child-centred (also...more
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