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You must register for each of the six (6) webinars listed below seperately.

Information: Six (6) total webinars will be presented live on Saturday, July 16, 2022. 

CEUs: You can earn seven (7) clock hours total (0.7 CEUs) by attending and participating in all six FREE webinars. 

Certificate of completion: People who participate by viewing webinar (by email) will receive an automated email with their certification of completion at the end of each individual webinar. It is your responsibility to save your certificate of completion for your records

Limited Seating: Webinars are limited to 500 people. We overbook these events to make sure 100% of the seats are filled. Sometimes people sign-up for a free event and then they don’t show up so we have empty seats. Sign-in several minutes early to assure you have a seat for each session you register for.

Phone: People can participate by phone (audio) too, but certificates aren’t automatically sent to phone numbers. People participating by phone can contact Danny Pettry by  to verify they viewed webinars to earn CEUs for individual courses. Deadline to contact for CEUs by phone is before midnight  July 30, 2022. There is a fee after 7/30/22. 

Approved: Session content is CE Pre-Approved by NCTRC 

Replay series will be:  $120. Limited time Price is only $60 for replay (until midnight July 30, 2022). 

Questions/ comments? Email: Danny@DannyPettry.com


Register for each session you want to attend below:

Session # 1

The benefits of exercise on mental health

Time: 8:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. (Eastern Standard Time)

Credit: One clock hour (0.1 CEU)

Presented by: Veronica Walker, CTRS

Summary of Session:  

This session will discuss how exercise effects mental health in the areas of depression, anxiety, stress, ADHD, PTSD and trauma. It will also discuss physical benefits and cognitive benefits.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding the Psychological Benefits of Exercise
  • Understanding the physical benefits of exercise,
  •  Understanding the importance of exercise in Recreational Therapy.


Click here to register for session 1 of 6

Session # 2


Counseling Psychology in Relation to Recreation Therapy 

Time: 10:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. (Eastern Standard Time)

Credit: 90 minutes (0.15 CEUs)

Presented by: Daniel V. Schiavo (graduate degree)

Summary of Session: Overview of Counseling Psychology, including going over the basics of incorporating Humanistic Psychology (Active Listening, reflection, empathy, etc.) CBT, Existentialism, Hypnosis/NLP, Motivational Interviewing, Positive Psychology for incorporating into a TR/RT practice.

 Learning Objectives: 

  • Learn @ least 1 theory to incorporate into practice.
  • Learn @ least 1 creative idea to incorporate into practice.
  • Learn @ least 1 strategy that may be shared with others on their teams.


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Session # 3


Therapeutic Recreation in Home and Community

Time: 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time)

Credit: One clock hour (0.1 CEU)

Presented by: Lea Woodward, CTRS

Summary of Session: How a Recreation Therapist, worked with client to build his business and develop independent living skills.

Learning Objectives:

  • How TR principles help clients develop independent living skills
  • How TR principles help clients develop employment skills
  • How to use the intrinsic motivation of choosing leisure to develop life skills

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Session # 4

The Center for Equine Recovery for Veterans

Time: 1:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time)

Credit: One clock hour (0.1 CEU) 

Presented by: Sarah Howard, CTRS

Summary of Session: Presentation of our Equine Therapy program for Veterans and the unique protocol partnering with MTSU Horse Science college students. While our Vets are learning how to ride, the students are learning more about mental health and
teaching how to ride!

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify what Equine Assisted PyschoTherapy is
  • Identify at least 3 benefits for using horses for Mental Health Clients.
  • How to Recreation Therapists can get more involved


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Session # 5

he risk of learning is fun

Time: 2:30 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time)

Credit: 90 minutes (0.15 CEUs)

Presented by: Christopher Worth, BFA, MA., M.Ed., PhD Candidate

Summary of Session: In this session, Christopher Worth, a person with a developmental disability, will describe how, for him, the power of risk in play and the decision-making it requires, he believes, helped him and therefore helps others to be the people they are today. The
presentation will focus on how to build scaffolding that might allow for risk in controlled, but not risk-averse situations.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Professionals will be able to demonstrate an understanding of what risk is for them.
  • Professionals will be able to differentiate between their understanding of risk for
    themselves and that of the people they support.
  • Professionals will come away from the presentation with at least one concrete tool that they can apply to their practice that will allow them to be able to begin to build healthy risk into their practice


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Session # 6


Recreation Therapy in treatment of depression in elderly

Time: 4:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time)

Credit: One clock hour (0.1 CEU)

Presented by: Jessica Puntney, MSR, CTRS

Summary of Session: This session will start with an introduction about the causes of depression in older adults. Then the session will discuss the top six treatment strategies RT can utilize in treating depression in older adults. By the end of the session, participants will be able to ID at least 3 causes of depression in older adults and at least 3 treatment strategies RT can utilize to treat depression in older adults.

Learning Objectives:

  • Able to ID at least 3 causes of depression in the elderly
  • Able to ID at least 3 RT interventions to utilize in the treatment of depression in older
  •  ID at least 3 ways to improve RT interventions to be more beneficial specifically to
    older adults.


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