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Background Information

Employment History

Founder and President

Association for Play Therapy Inc


Executive Director

Oxford Play Therapy Training Institute


Director

The Child Advocacy Play Therapy Institute


Affiliations

University of Mississippi

Associate Professor


Ethics Committee of APT.

Member


Education

Ph.D.


PhD

Univ of Mississippi , Univ , MS


Web References(23 Total References)


Association for Play Therapy -- Board of Directors

Marilyn Snow, PhD, LPC, RPT-S
Director, 10/08-10/11 Associate Professor and Program Coordinator, Department of Leadership and Counselor Education, University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS


Association for Play Therapy -- Board of Directors

Marilyn Snow, PhD, LPC, RPT-S
Director 10/08-10/11 Associate Professor, College of Education, University of Mississippi, University, MS


CAPTI Expands, Offers Canine-Assisted Play Therapy

"Through interaction with canines, a child has the opportunity to build an attachment that is safer than what they may have experienced before," said Marilyn Snow, CAPTI director and founder.
"With Rook, it's like the child can experiment with the dog in his or her interactions. Rook has a gentle way helping the child feel calm. He doesn't do anything that is frightening and the child learns to interact in a way that builds trust." Besides its expansion into canine-assisted play therapy, CAPTI is also expanding its services to offer counseling for adolescents, adults and specialized counseling for parents. Using the latest counseling methods that utilize new neuroscience research, the approach for offering psychotherapy to adolescents and adults is based on what's called interpersonal neurobiology, Snow said. "In the past 20 years, neuroscience research has shown that the brain grows and develops through a process called neuroplasticity," she explained.


http://www.insightparkum.com/insight-park-news/capti-expands-offers-canine-assisted-play-therapy

"Through interaction with canines, a child has the opportunity to build an attachment that is safer than what they may have experienced before," said Marilyn Snow, CAPTI director and founder.
"With Rook, it's like the child can experiment with the dog in his or her interactions. Rook has a gentle way helping the child feel calm. He doesn't do anything that is frightening and the child learns to interact in a way that builds trust." Besides its expansion into canine-assisted play therapy, CAPTI is also expanding its services to offer counseling for adolescents, adults and specialized counseling for parents. Using the latest counseling methods that utilize new neuroscience research, the approach for offering psychotherapy to adolescents and adults is based on what's called interpersonal neurobiology, Snow said. "In the past 20 years, neuroscience research has shown that the brain grows and develops through a process called neuroplasticity," she explained.


http://thedmonline.com/play-therapy-institute-moves-to-new-location/

Marilyn Snow, CAPTI's director, is confident the new facility will benefit more children.


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