Most of us have heard of the concept of “recovery.” However, we likely think of it as something that adults are involved in. We generally don’t think of children going through a recovery process. In this episode, family therapist and registered play therapist, Nancy Soliz, joins us to discuss the recovery process for children who are impacted by trauma and addiction. We hope you will join us for this LIVE discussion.
About our Guest: NANCY SOLIZ, LMFT, RPT
Nancy is a graduate of Kansas State University with a Master’s degree in Family Studies and Human Services after receiving her Bachelor of Science from Oklahoma State University in Family Relations and Child Development. Nancy is a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor and co-owner of the Oklahoma Play Therapy Training Institute. Nancy has also served as president for the Oklahoma Association for Play Therapy. As a result of her interest in trauma and attachment issues, Nancy worked as the Director of Social Services at The Bair Foundation in Oklahoma City as well as with military families in Ft. Riley, Kansas. Nancy has completed the training for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) as well as the beginning training in Dyadic Development Psychotherapy (DDP) and Theraplay. Nancy is currently in private practice at Family Solutions. Nancy lives with her husband and children in Oklahoma City and enjoys her work furthering the practice of play therapy with families and children.