Are you interested in pursuing your RPT or RPT-S credential?
The Association for Play Therapy is a national professional society established in 1982 to foster contact among mental health professionals interested in exploring and, when developmentally appropriate, applying the therapeutic power of play to communicate with and treat clients, particularly children.
Registered Play Therapists and Registered Play Therapist – Supervisors are state licensed clinical mental health practitioners who have met the criteria outlined by the Association for Play Therapy. The RPT and RPT-S credentials help consumers identify practitioners with this specialized training and experience.
Ms. Patton offers both in-person and distance supervision via a Telehealth platform.