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  • Child Therapy (Play Therapy)

    Play is a natural way for children to explore their thoughts and feelings, and it can be an effective tool for promoting emotional growth and healing. Children’s play therapy is a type of therapy that utilizes play as a means of helping children work through emotional, behavioral, and social difficulties.

    At our practice, we offer a safe and supportive environment where children can engage in play therapy with a licensed therapist who specializes in working with children. Our approach to play therapy is tailored to meet the unique needs of each child and is designed to promote emotional growth and healing.

    Some of the benefits of children’s play therapy include:

    Improved emotional regulation: Children often struggle with managing their emotions, and play therapy can help them learn how to identify and regulate their feelings.

    Increased self-esteem: Play therapy can help children develop a greater sense of self-worth and confidence.

    Enhanced communication skills: Play therapy can improve a child’s ability to express themselves, communicate their needs and feelings, and interact with others.

    Reduction in anxiety and stress: Play therapy can help children feel more relaxed and less anxious, which can have a positive impact on their overall mental health.

    During our play therapy sessions, children are encouraged to engage in various types of play, such as art, music, and pretend play. Our therapists observe the child’s play and use it as a way to understand the child’s thoughts and feelings. We also work with parents to help them support their child’s emotional growth and development.

    We believe that every child has the potential for emotional growth and healing, and we are committed to helping them achieve it through play therapy.

    If you’re interested in children’s play therapy, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have and schedule a session for your child.