Child Therapy / Play Therapy

Children rarely have the insight and vocabulary to tell us what they need to heal. Adults know children need help if they cry, act out, or behave in ways that are "not normal". Play therapy is a way to access a child's mind on their level and aid them in healing the hurt places. Through art, toys, games, sand play, dress up, make-believe, or physical play, children communicate most effectively in the ways they play. Please check out this video from the Association for Play Therapy for more information about Play Therapy and to see different Play Therapists in action:

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