Contact Marshall if you are interested in him coming to your area.
Using Sandtray Protocols in Play Therapy: A Virtual Training - FULL, JOIN WAITLIST
Tuesdays, 8/4/20, 8/11/20, 8/18/20, 8/25/20 Online
A Quest for Belonging: Exploring the Clinical Theory of Adlerian Play Therapy
Taught by Linda Homeyer, PhD, LPC-S, RPT-S and Marshall Lyles, MA, LPC-S, LMFT-S, RPT-S
Wednesdays August 5 and August 12 Online
Healing Hurting Inner Worlds for All Ages: Providing EMDR through Sandtray-Based Play Therapy - 1 SPOT LEFT
Tuesdays, October 6, 13, 20, and 27 (10 am - 1 pm CST each meeting) Online
Poetry and Play Therapy - REGISTER NOW
Monday, October 26 Online
Healing Hurting Inner Worlds for All Ages: Providing EMDR through Sandtray-Based Play Therapy - REGISTER NOW
Thursday - Friday, December 3-4 in Colorado Springs (planning for in person and will notify registrants if changes to virtual)
Innovative Integrations in Adult Sandtray - To Be Rescheduled
Marshall Lyles, Lacey Fisher, and Lauren Spaulding
Harry Potter and the Theory of Attachment -REGISTER NOW
Jami Lynn Bula, Caleb Matthews and Marshall
Online group discussing book 1 in three parts
June 29, July 27 and August 31 from 10-11 CST
Harry Potter and the Theory of Attachment
Pre-existing group currently on book 4; email Marshall for more information.
Other book clubs are forming. Sign up on the distribution list below to hear more.
Monthly Online RPT Supervision Group - FULL
Last Wednesday of each month, 11:00 - 1:00
EMDR Consultation Groups - FULL
2nd Monday of each month, midday
EMDR CIT Group - FULL
3rd Monday of each month, midday
Marshall has had the privilege to be a guest on podcasts. Listen to him speak on attachment, trauma, sandtray and EMDR.
Marshall is one of the best presenters/trainers I’ve experienced... engaging, and practical applicable content.
This was my first introduction to sand tray/play therapy and I thoroughly enjoyed all of it. I can definitely apply this during sessions.
The atmosphere of the training was excellent. Marshall creates fun and safe spaces.
It is always helpful when the presenter can and does relate the training to the 'self'. To me, the aspect of your self disclosure that you do your own sand trays and journal about them is refreshing! Thank you for always sharing a bit of yourself, your journey and your process in your trainings!
Marshall is a profoundly wise and gifted teacher who interweaves didactic training with experiential opportunities while providing a safe space to integrate the material at deeply felt and embodied levels. The practicum experience was invaluable. I appreciated the feedback Marshall provided that helped me deepen my skill level and brought awareness to areas for growth.
I have had the privilege of learning from Marshall Lyles numerous times in the past years. I so thoroughly enjoyed his intelligent and engaging presentations that I recruited him as the featured speaker for the annual Winter Retreat for the Hill Country Chapter of the Texas Association for Play Therapy. Marshall's warm and compassionate nature translates easily to an engaging presentation style full of experiential exercises and opportunities for self-reflection. He is widely read and exceptionally well-versed in ethics and theory. As a result, he is able to connect deeply with learners of all backgrounds and experience levels. Marshall is an incredibly competent and naturally gifted therapist, and I highly recommend him both as a speaker and as a colleague.
Marshall Lyles is an impactful and powerful presenter. He is regularly lauded by peers and conference attendees for his ability to hold the attention and interest of his audience. Marshall has a way of making complex topics approachable to the average person. He is a knowledgeable professional with amazing insight and intellect. I have had the pleasure of working alongside Marshall on referred presentations and have also attended his professional trainings. Marshall has a gift of authenticity. He stands out among other professionals and educators because of his unique ability to engage his audience. Marshall is quiet and unassuming, but when he speaks you’ll want to listen, and you’ll be glad you did.