The Art & Science of Holistic Expressive Play Therapy:

An Integrative Approach to Healing Complex Trauma

In this four-part video series, Marie José Dhaese and Dr. Richard L. Gaskill combine expertise to explore and weave together current neurobiological research and the theory and application of Holistic Expressive Therapy, an integrative approach with a long and successful history of treating trauma in children.

By enrolling in this video series (eight hours total), you will have unlimited access to stream the videos at any time.

Cost: USD$125.00 with all proceeds going to a charitable fund providing therapy for traumatized children who would otherwise have no access to treatment.

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About the Presenters
Marie José Dhaese

celebrates several decades of experience as a psychotherapist, consultant and international workshop leader in the field of expressive therapies, abuse, loss and trauma. She has developed her own approach to healing: Holistic Expressive Therapy, and founded the Centre for Expressive Therapy, an approved continuing education provider with the Canadian Association for Play Therapy and the British Columbia Play Therapy Association. Located on Vancouver Island, BC, the Centre has become a place of learning and retreat for clients and professionals from all over North America.

Dr. Richard L. Gaskill

is the Clinical Director of Sumner Mental Health Center in Wellington, KS. In 2004, he was named Fellow of the Child Trauma Academy for his work with Dr. Bruce Perry developing a neuro-developmental therapeutic protocol for preschool children. Dr. Gaskill has co-published a number of journal articles and book chapters on the neurobiological implications for play therapy and continues to conduct research, lecture, publish and collaborate with Dr. Perry and the Child Trauma Academy.

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