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A very, very belated goodbye 2021, welcome 2022!
It’s been rather too long since my last post for many reasons, some personal and some due to the ongoing Covid crisis. We followed this with a very busy time in the Summer and Autumn of 2021 and early 2022 delivering the COOPT Certificate of Best Practice in Outdoor Play Therapy to 73 participants, includingContinue reading “A very, very belated goodbye 2021, welcome 2022!”
IMPORTANT MESSAGE RE:
Certificate of Best Practice in Outdoor Play Therapy We have to apologise for the error with the dates for Unit 3 of the above course. The Saturday date for unit 3 should read 3rd APRIL Sorry for the confusion.
Certificate of Best Practice in Outdoor Play Therapy
As the year ends….
As this strange year draws to a close everyone at COOPT wishes you as peaceful and joyous a midwinter season as possible in your particular circumstances. For some this may mean isolation and the disappointment of not being with family and friends when you had planned to be while for others it may mean beingContinue reading “As the year ends….”
Autumn is upon us.
As the days grow shorter and the winter solstice waits just around the corner, we find ourselves locked down once again amidst grey skies, strong winds and rain and even for us hardy outdoor therapists it takes a little more motivation to layer up and venture forth. But the rewards are just as great andContinue reading “Autumn is upon us.”
October Campover Conference – postponed
Like many other organisations, sadly our plans for the year have been badly affected by Covid-19 and we have had to postpone our planned conference next month as the campsite we were planning to use remains closed. However we are in negotiation with them and looking for a new date next spring or early summerContinue reading “October Campover Conference – postponed”
Our Time Has Come!
I recently delivered an online workshop on play therapy in the outdoors to second year students at Roehampton. From our Q and A discussions, it became clear that with current social distancing guidelines in place, working in usual indoor spaces may pose a number of significant issues that can be resolved if we work outdoors.Continue reading “Our Time Has Come!”
Life in Lockdown
The notion that we have all been ‘in it together’ during lockdown is a myth. Many of us will have been lucky enough to have a garden we have been able to spend time in or a nearby park or other greenspace or even a beach to venture along. But many families have been confinedContinue reading “Life in Lockdown”