The Texas Association for Play Therapy
This award is given annually to a Registered Play Therapist who is committed to promoting social change and social justice in Texas communities. Eligible members will demonstrate a record of advocating for just and equitable conditions for diverse populations within systems (e.g., schools, community agencies, training programs, etc.) that directly impact children.
Texas APT member in good standing
Hold a clinical license and is credentialed as RPT or RPT-S (clinical experience with diverse or underprivileged communities preferred)
Demonstrate a commitment to the advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusion in play therapy through clinical practice (benefitting underserved or diverse communities), scholarship (research, writing, presentations), service work, mentorship and/or advocacy for at least two years.
Two letters of recommendation required. No self-nominations.
Email nominations to: email@example.com