The Playful Pooch Program offers online courses as well as live workshops. Live workshops can be found at www.playfulpooch.org. Please use the following link to access the list of online courses available: Online Course Catalog
Some of these online courses are pre-requisites for the live workshops but all can be taken as stand-alone courses as well.
Continuing education information relevant to our online courses and live workshops is included below.
CONTINUING EDUCATION INFORMATION
The Playful Pooch Program is one part of the Family Enhancement & Play Therapy Center. The Family Enhancement & Play Therapy Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The FEAPT Center maintains responsibility for this program and its contents. The Family Enhancement & Play Therapy Center is approved by the National Board of Certified Counselors (5732) to offer continuing education credits to counselors. The FEAPT Center follows all CE guidelines. It is also an Association for Play Therapy (APT) Approved Provider 95-014. The Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Professional Counselors accepts continuing education from providers approved by APA and NBCC, which includes the FEAPT Center. The FEAPT Center is approved as a CE provider by the California Board of Behavioral Science (PCE989). The Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners certifies that this program meets the criteria for the specified number of credit hours of Category I continuing education for social workers and associates licensed in Maryland. We have other state Social Work approvals as well (contact us for information).
CANINE AND EQUINE PROFESSIONALS
Whenever possible and relevant, we will apply for continuing education approval from IAABC and CCPDT. Some equine-assisted psychotherapy continuing education credits are available for qualified segments of our programs through special arrangement. Please contact us for details or check with us about your specific continuing education needs to see if we can accommodate them.