If you would like to promote your Conference or Short Course on this page please refer to information on how to advertise.

Short courses and conferences listed on this page are advertisements. The publication of such advertisements by the British Association of Play Therapists (BAPT) does not constitute endorsement of the advertiser, its products or services.

Further details regarding BAPT's advertising policy.

Leeds Trinity University:

Monday 8th September 2014, 9:30am-3:30pm,

‘Practitioner research in play therapy: making research work effectively for informed practice’.
Leeds Trinity University and British Association of Play Therapists (BAPT) are jointly hosting a research master-class for play therapists and practitioners concerned with meeting children’s therapeutic needs on 8th September 2014. This is the first BAPT sponsored research event. It aims to help participants to get started in practitioner research. Collaborations between play therapists and researchers are a really effective means of promoting impactful research and new developments in play therapy practice. This master class is an opportunity to work with experienced researchers who can offer practical advice and support through the development of practitioner research networks.

to book your place, please use this link:

For more info, please click here

Play Therapy Introduction Days

March 22

June 14

November 22

Play Therapy Summer School
July 19th- 23rd

Play Therapy Foundation Course Roehampton
November 1st 2014 – March 28th 2015

Play Therapy Foundation Course Northampton
November 2nd 2014 – March 29th 2015 The link will be available shortly.

Contact details: / 0208 392 3795 for queries.

or for further information Click Here

Also at Roehampton

Developmental Transformations Open CPD Workshop with David Read Johnson
21st March 2014 - 10 - 5PM

for more information Click here

Exploring the Possibilities of Digital Media in Art Therapy
Using Digital Media within your practice

This short course aims to give participants an opportunity to explore the potential for art making through the use of Digital Media.
Within these practical and experiential workshops you will learn how Digital Media can support your practice, how to address issues relating to ethics and IP and how to utilise these tools to support your professional practice.

Dates: 21st and 22nd July 2014 (Mon & Tues) 10:00 ~ 16:00
27th and 28th October 2014 (Mon & Tues) 10:00 ~ 16:00

Venue: School of Creative Arts, University of Hertfordshire


Contact details: Call us on 01707 285327 or email us at


Ariena Associates - The Magic of Story

Speakers - Margot Sunderland and Steve Killick

Friday, 2nd May 2014 - 9:30 to 3:30

Thames Innovation Centre, Erith, Kent

Cost: £110 (includes lunch)

More information and booking form click here