Teri Krull, LCSW
Teri V. Krull, LCSW holds a Masters degree in Social Work from Michigan State University. She has been in private practice for over 29 years as a parent coach/educator and a treatment specialist for children, adolescents and families. She is the Director of The Center for Positive Regard, a professional education center for the training and consultation of play therapists and social workers. Teri Krull has served as board member and past president of the national Association for Play Therapy. She was also a founding member of the Arizona branch of APT (AzAPT), and was its first President in 1993. Ms. Krull has received numerous awards, including the Distinguished Service award from APT and two Social Work Lifetime Achievement awards in Arizona. Ms. Krull has taught and developed courses for Arizona State University’s graduate School of Social Work. She lectures nationally on a variety of play therapy and social work topics and co-facilitates Camp PlayMore, a play therapy professional retreat, in collaboration with Joyce Mills, Ph.D. You can visit Teri Krull at PlayTherapy.tv.