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Saturday, November 16, 2013
Watch for more information here about Kimber's upcoming presentation in Anchorage, April 2014. She will be speaking at the collaborative annual conference, Our Alaskan Lives, put on by The Alaska Association for Play Therapy, The American Psychologists Association, Marriage and Family Therapists, and The Infant and Child Mental Health Board. Kimber will be presenting techniques she has developed for working with Indigenous cultures in Alaska, including a number of directive techniques. She will be sharing information from her upcoming book, tentatively titled, "Alaskan Ways in Play Therapy: unique challenges and responsibilities of adapting to culture", a resource for play therapists.
Posted by PeggyEllen at 9:10 PM