Could Play Therapy help your child?
Play therapy is a unique therapeutic intervention especially for children who are undergoing emotional/psychological difficulties. As a child's natural medium of expression, play is encouraged as the principal form of communication.
- Weekly, one-one play therapy sessions where a child can express and communicate his thoughts, feelings, and attitudes through the safe medium of play, in a dynamic, consistently nurturing and permissive therapeutic relationship.
- Regular parent/professional reviews where the child's progress can be considered from all angles (therapeutic, domestic, and social) and support and strategies shared.
- Family play therapy sessions where the child's development in play therapy can be integrated with his family dynamic, and complex family patterns and habits which may be restricting the child's development, challenged.
Child centred play therapy respects the individual needs and personality of each child, allowing them to pave their own unique journey towards psychological well being and growth in the confines of a safe, therapeutic space.