I was so honored to participate in the first EVER online Play Therapy Summit provides 20 hours of Play Therapy Training (including 20 APT non-contact credits!!!)

An All-Access Pass to the first ever online Play Therapy Summit is available for $197.  The All-Access pass includes lifetime, unlimited access to 20 hours of play therapy training AND 20 APT non-contact credit hours.   In addition to my webinar on Movement & Music in Play Therapy, you will receive access to trainings with some of the leaders in the play therapy field, including Jen Taylor, David Crenshaw, and Lisa Dion.


You can read all the details and purchase the all-access pass by CLICKING HERE.  

Are you only interested in my webinar in the Play Therapy Summit?  You can purchase lifetime & unlimited access to this ONE-HOUR webinar, which also includes 1 APT Credit, by CLICKING HERE.

Course description

In this video interview, Robyn Gobbel explains how she uses music and movement as play therapy interventions to help children with disorganized attachment  or other serious behavioral challenges.  She provides information about the neuroscience behind how combining play, movement, and music help heal children 'from the bottom up' in regards to brain development. Robyn shares her unconventional approach to playroom design and  provides practical interventions for incorporating music and movement into play sessions with both children and caregivers. 

Learning Objectives:

1. Explain the neuroscience behind how play, music and movement help resolves issues of early childhood trauma during play therapy sessions.

2. Describe elements to incorporate into your play therapy room to enhance regulation through music and movement.

3. Explain ways to use movement and/or music based play therapy interventions to help children with attachment problems learn regulation skills.

4. Explain ways to use music and/or music based play therapy interventions with children and their caregivers together to enhance attachment and interpersonal relationship skills.

​© 2015 Robyn Gobbel, LCSW

Gobbel Counseling