Play is the native language for children. It provides a medium to build skills, process emotions and episodes, and solve interpersonal struggles. Play therapy also untwines the child's internal conflicts and guide them to resurface these intense/wounded episodes and overcome these obstacles. Thus, it brings light to develop functional and effective communication in families.
What types of problem does play therapy address?
- grief and loss,
- sibling rivalry,
- adjustment issues,
- challenging behaviors in school,
What We Offer
One to One Sessions