Sat, Apr 29|
Counseling of El Paso
Integrating Cultural & Diversity Sensitivity Considerations when using Play Therapy with Children and their Families
FWTXAPT is excited to announce another great CE opportunity! Jazmine Silva MS, LPC,RPT, will strengthen your knowledge and skill on how to integrate cultural sensitivity in a play therapy setting.
Time & Location
Apr 29, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Counseling of El Paso, 6955 N Mesa St #304, El Paso, TX 79912, USA
About the Event
Our society is growing in diversity, multiculturalism, and intersectionality. Mental health
providers and play therapists hold an ethical responsibility to continue professional development
that addresses race, gender, ethnicity, culture, among many other factors. This presentation on
“Cultural & Diversity Sensitivity Considerations when using Play Therapy with Children and
their Families” addresses a multicultural perspective when using play therapy. In this
presentation, participants will learn about the 4 forms of cultural identities when using play
therapy. Participants will also learn about the 4 domains of cultural and diversity considerations
when using play therapy. Participants also will have the opportunity to practice 3 play therapy
skills to implement when working with children and their families. In conclusion, participants
will have the opportunity to gain a better understanding in ways to integrate cultural and
diversity considerations when using play therapy.
-In this presentation, participants will learn about the 4 forms of cultural identities when
using play therapy.
-Participants will also learn about the 4 domains of cultural and diversity considerations
when using play therapy.
-Participants also will have the opportunity to practice 3 play therapy skills to implement
when working with children and their families.
Jazmine is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Registered Play Therapist. She has both
a counseling and a teaching heart. Prior to entering the counseling profession, she was a 3rd
grade dual language teacher at Ascarate Elementary for five years.
Her profession in education and post graduate work inspired her at a personal level to pursue the
field of counseling. Jazmine graduated with a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling
from UTEP’s Mental Health Program, CACREP Accredited, in May 2018.
Currently, she works at Counseling of El Paso, PLLC where she serves adults, couples, teens,
children and their families. Jazmine has received training from various therapeutic modalities
such as Play Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Level 1 and 2
Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and is currently
pursuing EMDR Certification.
When working with families, Jazmine uses Theraplay ® informed interventions which is based
on attachment principles and the power of play. She is a Theraplay Foundational Theraplay
® Practioner and is currently working towards becoming a Certified Theraplay ® Practitioner.
Jazmine has served the Far West Texas Association for Play Therpay Chapter since 2020 as
president elect, president and past president and continues to provide community outreach.
Jazmine wholeheartedly believes that the key to joy and satisfaction is heavily based on our
sense of worthiness, the integration of values and lifestyle, and the quality of our relationships.
* This training will provide 2 contact CE hours
* Play therapy credit may not be awarded to non-mental health professionals
* APT approved provider #99074
* Memberships include all presentation fees, CE certificates, and renews annually on August 1st. You may enroll as a member on our website.
-Student Membership: $25
-Professional Membership: $45
-Presentation only: $50