Respecting human rights and dignity
Ensuring the integrity of practitioner-client relationships
Enhancing the quality of professional knowledge and its application
Enabling children to develop emotionally, socially and academically to their full potential
Alleviating personal distress and suffering
Fosterlng a sense of self that is meaningful to the person(s) concerned
Increasing personal effectiveness
They represent an important way of expressing a general ethical commitment that becomes more precisely defined and action-orientated when expressed as a principle.
Enhancing the quality of relationships between children and children and adults
Appreciating the variety of human experience and culture
Promoting the need for the equitable and adequate provision of therapeutic Play Therapy and Filial Play for children
Consciously applying quality management and clinical governance principles in all therapeutic work
Keen to develop a career in Play Therapy? Making plans for the Summer Holidays? Thinking about the intensive 15 day's Summer School at La Mouline, France but feel a little nervous about Brexit? Rest assured, we are Brexit-ready and Summer School in La Mouline will be running as usual, whatever form Brexit takes.
In the event of adverse weather, please consider your own safety. Unless you have been advised otherwise by APAC, all courses will run as scheduled at all venues. Please regularly check your emails. If you decide that you are unable to make your journey, please contact your Course Director or the APAC Office to let them know. If you are attending the first weekend of a course, please email Monika Jephcott on firstname.lastname@example.org