What is it?

  • Helps children work through difficult emotions 
  • Therapist talks to a child while they explore and play
  • The child gets to express themselves through playing
  • The child can work through difficulties in their life through play
  • The therapist ask questions to the child while they engage in play

Why play therapy could be helpful for your child:

  • Reduce anxiety and depression
  • Responsibility 
  • Learn to express feelings and emotions 
  • Build strong social skills

We have therapists to help your child experiencing any difficulties through play therapy. Which is a helpful therapeutic technique used by trained therapists in order to help your child through anything they might be going through. 

If this resonates with you, Donna Robinson is equipped to help. Click below to read her bio.

Donna Robinson

Donna Robinson, LCMHC

Mental Health Therapist