You will Learn

In this short 1-hour training, we will explore how play, mindfulness, and gratitude can help families manage the stresses of everyday living in an uncertain time. We will also discuss how grief can impact families and ways to manage expectations during this difficult time.

  • The impact and importance of play

  • Regulation activities to support children at home

  • Develop tools for helping clients practice mindfulness and gratitude at home

  • Develop ways to navigate dealing with grief and helping families "name" losses

Course curriculum

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    Play, Mindfulness and Gratitude

    • Welcome to your CEU Webinar - Stay Calm and Carry On: Ways to Utilize Play, Mindfulness and Gratitude

    • Video Presentation - Play, Mindfulness and Gratitude

    • Copy of Presentation Slides

    • Quiz: Play, Mindfulness and Gratitude

    • Course Review Survey


Staff Therapist Youth Services Glenview

Kait Berger

Kait is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and received her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College Graduate School. She has a passion for working with children, adolescents and their families, and works to meet the needs of each client through individualized and evidence-based approaches. Kait has developed an eclectic approach for her therapeutic interventions, incorporating such therapies as cognitive-behavioral, client-centered, family systems and solution-focused. She has specialized training in child-centered play therapy and sand tray techniques. In addition to meeting with individual clients, parents and families, she also facilitates the Little Adventures K- 2nd grade social-skills group.