Christa Clarke, LPC, of Parker, earned the prestigious Registered Play Therapist (RPT) credential conferred by the Association for Play Therapy …
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Christa Clarke, LPC, of Parker, earned the prestigious
Registered Play Therapist (RPT) credential conferred by the
Association for Play Therapy (APT), according to its executive
director Bill Burns.
Clarke is a Licensed Professional Counselor.
To become a Registered Play Therapist, applicants must have
earned a traditional masters or doctoral mental health degree from
an institution of higher education, 150 clock hours of play therapy
training, two years and 2,000 hours of clinical experience, 500
hours of supervised play therapy experience, and be licensed or
certified by their state boards of practice.
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