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Testimonials for DannyPettry.com: Rec Therapy CEUs

thumbsupbestaDiscover why DannyPettry.com: Rec Therapy CEUs has had thousands of satisfied students to complete a course since 2007.

DannyPettry.com:

Rec Therapy CEUs 
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It is effective for any type of schedule. You can do them
at any time of the day and only when you are ready. You
don’t have to worry about trying to take time off of work
or finding someone to watch your kids because you can
do it from the comfort of your own home.
– Kayla R.

He most definitely cares about the profession!
– Stacy P.

Interesting and Useful way to learn at home while
meeting professional CEU requirements for CTRS and
CPRP certifications.
– Arnie I.

The service is easy to use, convenient and is a quality
product.
– Heather M.

Ease of navigation!
– Amanda L.

They are very helpful and friendly user.
– Kathleen

Resourceful
– Brittney

I haven’t used it yet. Again, I like being on the email list
to learn about upcoming educational opportunities.
Companies are tightening the budgets thus not allowing
conferences that you must travel to so a webinar is great!
– Anne P.

He really seems to care about promoting TR
– Rebecca S.

He is very caretaking and a good advocate. He truly has a
good heart for recreation therapy and the therapists in
making sure he can provide CEUs in a convenient way.
– Heather S.

I was able to complete my CEU’s conveniently at home
and in my own time.
– Trish E.

I have learned from the Webinars I have attended
– Sue D.

It has not only provided educational opportunities but
has bonded some of the Therapist in our
office and we do the online trainings together
– Morgan T.

The availability and ease of acquiring CEUs through
DannyPettry.com is great.
– Anessa S.

Dannypettry.com is the only online continuing education
program that offers a wide variety of topics that appeal to
the interests of many different professionals. In
addition, this resource provides incentives for those of us
who take several courses and are regular customers by
offering great deals and by adding new courses on a
regular basis.
– Kimberly S.

The information I obtained through a course on the site
has enabled me to host an in-service with my staff on
how to advocate for rec therapy. Informational & very
much appreciated!
– Kellie C.

Easy to get CEUs when a budget doesn’t allow for big
conferences.
– Bethany A.

Great topics of CEUs at a great price!
Very informative.
– Amy G.

DannyPettry.com is an invaluable resource for
education, communication, promotion, and advocacy in
the field of Recreation Therapy.
– Evelyn M.

It’s easily accessible
– Julie S.

Danny always responds to emails immediately and is
willing to help his clients in any way he can.
– Shelly B

This site is phenomenal, easy to maneuver and it helps
– Kiara W.

Danny’s CEUS are affordable, informative, and
convenient! They’re individualized to many disciplines as
well as overall “TR STUFF” we should never forget as
working professionals
– Avery M.

I enjoy being able to obtain my CEU’s on my time with
my budget. Even from home in my sweats!
– Karla B.

He ensures that you get the most out of his courses by
giving you unlimited retakes of the final quiz. He bends
over backwards to make sure his customers understand
the material and pass no matter what.
– Stacy S.

I was able to receive all my CEUS information in a
convenient email. I have a year to complete and
numerous attempts at taking the quizzes. This was great
and took pressure off of cramming and give me time to
actually read and absorb the material
– Janshayla S.

He truly does care about what you need and wants to
help.
– Kathryn W.

It appears convenient, easy to use, good reputation and
many topics to pick from.
– Lisa P.

Offers free CEU opportunities
– Kara P.

It has helped as a rec therapist student.
– Nicole

I thoroughly enjoyed the last CEU opportunity you so
graciously offered about Advocating for the field of
Therapeutic Recreation. Gave me great ideas to proceed
with my advocating.
– Heather S.

Convenient and interesting
– Amy S.

The website is user friendly and responsive to questions
– Missi W.

great course for affordable cost, great information
– Allison B.

Danny Pettry is very helpful and knowledgeable resource
that is always trustworthy and puts the customer first.
– Brittany K.

Great website that is always exciting to explore
– Rachel K.

A very helpful website for those who need CEUs
– Courtney D.

It is avery convenient way to complete CEU’s, and pretty
awesome how everyone recommends you!
– Christine G.

It’s great! It is very convenient when you work full time
– Jamie L.

I recently received my certification and have not
purchased a webinar or class as of yet but I appreciate
what Mr. Pettry is doing for his fellow Recreation
Therapists.
– Veronica A.

He is fast and efficient regarding any issue revolving
around his services.
– Sally J.

Informative.
– Rebecca L.

Great response time with emails,
– Monica

He’s always willing to help and provides a wealth of
knowledge to all,
– Karlee P.

Ease, informative
– Liz H.

Need CEUs?

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CTRS needed

There are several positions posted here – Maryland, Wisconsin, Nebraska. Positions appear to be PRN and full-time. Check them out at this link:

http://www.snagajob.com/job-search/q-certified+therapeutic+recreation+specialist 

 

Here is a position in Norfolk:

https://norfolk.craigslist.org/hea/6184716310.html 

 

Activities position in Mobile, Alabama. Go here:

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/368890578/?trkInfo=searchKeywordString%3ANhs_2%2CsearchLocationString%3A%252C%2B%2Cvertical%3Ajobs%2CpageNum%3A1%2Cposition%3A13%2CMSRPsearchId%3A93a93dfc-322e-45ec-a102-8883f6dc05fe&refId=93a93dfc-322e-45ec-a102-8883f6dc05fe&trk=jobs_jserp_job_listing_text 

 

CTRS needed in Ohio:

https://www.glassdoor.com/job-listing/therapeutic-recreation-specialist-certified-full-time-hillside-rehabilitation-hospital-hillside-rehab-hospital-JV_IC1146404_KO0,86_KE87,110.htm?jl=2456116361 

 

CTRS needed in Michigan: http://www.americasjobexchange.com/job-detail/therapeutic-recreation-specialist-research-grand-rapids-mi-578787062 

 

CTRS needed in Spokane, Washington: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/rpg-therapeutics-llc-42298e3e/certified-therapeutic-recreation-program-plan-designer-i-32a9c8a3

 

CTRS needed in Maryland: http://maryland.jobing.com/the-marylandnational-capital-park-and-planning-commission/therapeutic-recreation-specialist-i-13777-grade-16 canstockphoto13994976

Exercise

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Guest blogger:

Melanie Galioto
Founder of Your Smile Yoga

Guess what today is?? Exercise!
Love it or hate it, exercise has so many positive health benefits.  We use exercise to release pent up energy, maintain a healthy weight, to help us lose weight, and it’s good for improving your mood and memory, too!
Here are a few ways that Exercise can make you a Happier person:
1. It increases dopamine in your brain.
    Dopamine is one of the feel good chemicals in your brain.  Exercise is one of the best ways to increase dopamine production (just like laughter!).
2. It helps to reduce anxiety and depression.
    Again, exercise helps to release the feel good chemicals as well as increase the production of them.
3. It helps to reduce stress.
    Check this out…exercise is a form of stress, a low-level variety.  The more you expose your body to this type of low-level stressor, the more you are to better handle others types of stress.
4. It helps to build your self-confidence.
    There’s nothing like a great workout to boost your self-confidence! Your feeling great and you are proud of your accomplishment – AS YOU SHOULD BE!! YES!
5. It helps you get better sleep.
    As you remember, sleep is the fist component of SMILE.  Good quantity AND quality sleep matters. Exercise helps you get those much needed zzzzz’s.
6. Helps with coping skills.
    When life throws you the inevitable curveball (it does and it will, believe me!) exercise can help you cope with the intense emotions.  It is a great go to help you cope, release the pent up energy, and helps to keep you away from drugs or alcohol.
7. It increases your brain cells!
    Yep, getting some good cardio into your exercise routine has been shown to increase brain cells which helps to improve it’s overall performance.
Exercise can take on a variety of forms.  Try several and see what is best for you.  Because, the more you like it, the more likely you are going to do it!
Try Some of These:
1.  Yoga – yoga has so many styles, there is sure to be one that will mesh with you. Hatha, Hot, Kundalini, Warrior, Yin, Vinyasa, Acro, SUP, and oh, so many more! Did you know that I LOVE yoga?
2.  Zumba – dance and sweat and dance!
3.  Dance – Not a Zumba fan? Try taking some dance lessons 🙂 We are HUGE Dancing with the Stars fans and I am determined to take some salsa lessons! What style of dance would you like to try?
5.  Barre – tiny micro-movements along with cardio for a full body workout.  INTENSE!
6. Martial Arts – learn something new and self-defense, too.
7. Walking – perhaps the best and easiest of all. Just grab your shoes and go.  No gym or studio membership needed. PLUS, it gets you outdoors which in and of itself is good for you and your mood.
Really, the list can go on and on. Be creative, find a workout buddy, get your body moving and get yourself feeling (and looking) GREAT! Exercise helps to boost your self-esteem, self-worth, and self-confidence too. Remember to love your body because it really does love you 🙂
I hope you have enjoyed these past 5 days of learning how important it is to SMILE! You really do need to incorporate these 5 things into your routine to make you successful at life!
Keep moving!
Namaste my friend,
Melanie
P.S. Do you have a friend that could use some of these helpful tips? Have them sign up for the webinar over at  How to Self-Care When You Don’t Care.
P.P.S. Be sure to open tomorrow’s email…
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The reviews: what did you enjoy about Danny Pettry’s presentation on positive psychology?

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Thirty-six (36) people have already completed an evaluation.

I’d like to put the positive comments on a fancy info-graphic chart.

I’m not sure how to do that – so here are the comments about what people liked about this training:

So quick and easy
Jokes, interactions, ideas how to use at your job, referencing books etc
Love being refreshed on these topics
I liked the interactive questions
I enjoyed the interactive aspect of the session with the individuals tuning in and how their responses were read out loud for the group. Thank you for the research and the wonderful information that you gathered!
I am always glad to learn regarding psych. I have been in the field for many years.
I enjoyed learning about different strategies on implementing positive psychology
How he related the concept to Therapeutic Recreation so easily.
i liked being interactive. I enjoy the pillars that were talked about I may turn that into a group somehow!
I enjoyed the cartoons with the slides.. they were pretty funny
The concept of positive psychology
gave some great ideas for group tasks and discussions
Nice to tie in EBP for the research. I like the activity suggestions
I enjoyed the whole session. I do not know much about Positive Psychology so this was very informative and gave me ideas for programming.
Very informative
I LOVE that you made the webinar interactive! Thank you, also, for providing activity ideas for applying positive psychology to RT practice–I especially liked the balance wheel idea! The hour flew by and I really enjoyed the webinar.
I loved it a lot. Good, useful, helpful information.
The humor throughout the webinar and the large amount of information.
The fun activity ideas that were presented.
informational
How rec. Therapists can implement positive psychology with groups
I enjoyed the activity ideas as well as the subject on psychology
love the topic of positive psychology
I liked that it was positive, funny and interactive
the humor pictures
he had some great ideas I can implement in my programs at work
Ideas to use with clients
I love Psychology and love hearing about the research supporting positive psychology.
All of it!
Interesting information
I really enjoyed all the new group ideas I got from watching!!

Do you need continuing education credits for your license or national certification?

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You can conveniently complete these self-study CEU courses from the comfort of your home or office.

Register for a course to discover why we’ve had thousands of satisfied students since 2007.

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Positive Psychology Secrets – analytics

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I presented on positive psychology tonight through my webinar series.

Here are the analytics of the webinar.

  • 209 people clicked on the registration page.
  • 134 people registered for the training webinar.
  • 72 people attended this webinar out of the 134 who registered.

Naturally, there will be a limited time replay for the people who didn’t see the live training.

  • The average time a person was in the session was 59 minutes.
  • Average attentiveness for session was at 78%
  • Average interest rate was at 85%

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Activity idea for positive thinking

I follow Seth Godin.

I read 100% of his material.

I agree with him about 97% of the time. Once I didn’t agree with him on something – but ya’ know what – it was such a little thing I disagreed on that I don’t even recall what it was at this time.

We, recreational therapists teach positive thinking, building on strengths, becoming successful.

Seth Godin had a really neat activity called, “make two lists.”

I believe Godn’s two list activity could be used as an excellent intervention by recreational therapists.

Check it out here: http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2017/06/make-two-lists.html 

World’s Best Friend – Pet Rainbow

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Meet The World’s Best Friend…Pet Rainbow

A plush toy on a mission to unite a divided world.

JUNE 15TH, 2017: Today, Alyssa Pulice, Creative Director, announces the launch of The Pet Rainbow Project. The goal of The Pet Rainbow Project is to teach core values that inspire positive behaviors so that together we can put an end to racism, bullying, violence and hate crimes.

“Pet Rainbow is a soft touch that we need in our divided world. It’s time that we accept our differences and promote a message of unity” said Alyssa Pulice, Creative Director for the Pet Rainbow Project.

By associating the rainbow’s colors with core values, Pet Rainbow brings to light a fun and engaging way that not only promotes our positive behaviors today, it helps create the positive leaders of tomorrow.

Pet Rainbow comes complete with a Core Values Booklet, seven Value Crayons, Pet Rainbow Stickers, an official Certificate of Adoption as well as a charming Pet Rainbow house that may be colored to match the personality of the owner’s very own Pet Rainbow.

One Smile is all it Takes to Make a World of Difference

The Pet Rainbow Project is dedicated to giving a percentage of its profit to gifting Pet Rainbows to Children’s Hospitals throughout the world.

In our Kickstarter campaign, we also make it possible for backers to gift Pet Rainbows to Children’s Hospitals of their choice.

We have already contacted top Children’s Hospitals throughout the USA and Canada and they cannot wait to share Pet Rainbow’s uplifting message with their children.

Pet Rainbow is available for preorder on Kickstarter starting at $15 for the complete Pet Rainbow package.

Meet the World’s Best Friend – Pet Rainbow, via @Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/145308484/meet-the-worlds-best-friend-pet-rainbow