Children learn to think, regulate emotions, have fun, heal from trauma, and find self-agency through play. However, children play less, and parents and professionals have lost sight of both the value of play in healthy development as well as play's role in helping children work through conflicts and symptoms. Providing clinical and research evidence that reasserts that value is the goal of our conference.
The conference includes a dinner and celebration of the opening of the program on Friday, Nov. 8, in the Great Hall, and continues Saturday, Nov. 9, for the conference, which includes addresses by Dr. Steven Tuber and Dr. Judith Solomon. For more information and a schedule of events, visit the registration page through the link below.