What is play therapy?
Play therapy is non-verbal counselling and intervention, for young children, adolescents and adults. Play therapy involves play, sand play, music and arts and crafts to create a safe environment. By using play as a form of communication children/young adults are comfortably able to confront their social, behavioural and emotional problems.
Who can play therapy help?
If your child…..
- Is not realising their full potential – academically, or socially?
- Has nightmares or has disturbed sleep?
- Is at risk of being/is excluded from school?
- Has suffered trauma?
- Has suffered emotional, physical or sexual abuse?
- Is adopted or fostered or in the process of being?
- Suffers because of separated/divorced parents?
- Suffers from anxiety, stress or phobias?
- Has suffered a loss or bereavement of any kind?
- Is withdrawn or continually unhappy?
- Is ill, disabled, or autistic?
- Finds it difficult to make friends?
- Quarrels frequently with peers or siblings?
- Bullies others or is bullied themselves?
- Displays inappropriate behaviour?
- Doesn’t play?
Please contact me if you would like to discuss Play Therapy. I offer a free consultation to discuss your needs and answer any questions you might have. Please email me using the contact page or call me Sara on 07510 399 429.