The MidAmerica Nazarene University Play Therapy Certification Program is an University Approved Center, the highest recognition by the Association of Play Therapy. MNU is an APT Approved Center and an Approved Provider of Continuing Education (APT Approved Provider 07-198). MNU was one of the first centers in the nation with this recognition and is the only approved Play Therpay provider in the metro area. The University is authorized to offer associate’s degrees in all fields, bachelor’s degrees in all fields, and master’s degrees in the fields of Administration/Leadership, Business, Counseling, Education, Nursing and Religion. The University accreditation is through the Higher Learning Commission.
We are also excited to offer you a free download of our app on the iTunes app store Play. Feel free to download this as a resource for you to learn more about our program. This is just one example of how we are integrating some of the latest technology with learning.
Play is to children what words are for adults. This interactive book provides a natural way for children to explore what play therapy is. Children will have the opportunity to choose what will happen when they enter the playroom, what is in the playroom, what is the role of a play therapist, who is in charge, feelings and outcomes that take place during their session.
Written by Rebeca Chow, children can use this ebook to personalize their story by including their name, age and favorite color thru out the book, and get a customize message at the end that summarizes their choices.
MNU is an APT Approved Center and an Approved Provider of Continuing Education (APT Approved Provider 07-198).
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