Husband and I are in Minneapolis attending the Association for Play Therapy annual conference. It is a very well attended conference with typically wonderful workshops. This week we will attend 25 hours of lectures related to all aspects of play therapy, and browse the terrific vendors of therapeutic toys and supplies.
Today we sat through 6 hours of a lecture that was quite disappointing, and not at all what was represented in the conference prospectus. The presenter had a very ambitious agenda, and was very knowledgeable, but wasn’t feeling well, and got off track and was distracted by questions from the audience. There were five objectives listed, and only the first two were addressed by the end of the day. Husband and I were drawing funny cartoons for each other by the end of the presentation.
I have higher hopes for tomorrow. My workshops go from 8:00 am until 6:30pm. Husband gets off easier, and only goes from Noon until 6:30pm. I hope we won’t be misled like we were today.
When have you been disappointed by false advertising?