Play Therapy

Play Therapy adopts PTUK’s Ethical Framework in providing therapeutic play sessions where the child has the Opportunity to ‘play out‘ their world to better understand themselves and how to navigate.

In Play Therapy, children learn to respect themselves that their feelings are acceptable to express their feelings responsibly to be creative and resourceful in confronting problems self-control and self-direction to accept themselves to make choices and to be responsible for their own choices.

Therapeutic Play can help with

Anger / Aggression
Attachment Issues
Autistic Spectrum

Behaviour Problems
Bereavement / Loss
Bullied / Bullies
Delayed Communication

Delayed Development

Nightmares
Physical Disabilities
Separated / Divorced Parents
Social Exclusion
Underperforming
Withdrawn Personality

ADHD

Trauma

Anxiety

Anger

How does Therapeutic Play work?

Screening

  • Goodman’s Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire

Sessions

  • Individual

  • 35-40 minutes per week

Principles

Confidential

Child-led/Non-interpretive