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29 April 2020 (14:00 UTC TIME) Preschoolers / Toddlers running around during your sessions? Do they think it is fun to switch you on and off? Do you perhaps have a kiddo who is ADHD and you are struggling to engage? Conducting tele-play with children under the age of six years, can be challenging! There are numerous examples of activities, but how do you conduct a session that actually has therapeutic value? How do you keep them engaged during the session? This webinar is ideal for practitioners who are familiar with the online / virtual environment. It offers a variety of practical, age-appropriate tips, tricks and resources for working with children under the age of 6 years.

  • Date: 2020/04/29 02:00 PM
  • Location: Online Event


The webinar will explore the following topics:

  • Understanding the child’s virtual world;
  • Planning the sessions:
    • Forms of tele-play that works effectively;
    • Material that can be utilized (yes, we will also discuss puppets)
    • Duration of session and time allocation;
    • Involving the parents;
  • Pitfalls to look out for;
  • General tips and tricks;
  • Resources for tele-play activities for this age-group.

This webinar will provide you with lots and lots of resources! You will benefit from this webinar not only by improving your knowledge, but also by receiving practical resources in the form of a workbook that is ready-to-implement. 

This webinar is ideal for practitioners who are familiar with the online / virtual environment. (In the event that you have not yet conducted tele-therapy, it is recommended to first attend “Back to basics – A.B.C of teleplay webinar”, before attending this webinar).


As soon as you click on the link to buy your tickets, you will be provisionally registered for the webinar. Your place will only be fully secured once proof of payment is received. As soon as your payment is received, you will receive an individualized link which you will use to connect to the webinar.