Play therapy with a Registered Play Therapist can help your child overcome difficulty and thrive.
Being a parent is hard for all of us. It gets even harder during deployments, after a move, with divorce, and during times of grief. Or you may be struggling if your child has emotional, behavioral, or social difficulties.
There is hope. Therapy helps people make sense out of changes and learn healthy strategies for moving forward in life. Children, however, often don’t have the words they need to express their feelings.
Play therapy bridges that gap.
I am a Registered Play Therapist and a military spouse with four boys of my own. I work with children 3 and older. I offer sand tray, expressive arts, and attachment-based interventions. I work with children dealing with trauma, grief, and loss. I also work with those dealing with moves, divorce, and other adjustments.
Registered Play Therapists are registered through the Association of Play Therapy and can help navigate:
Grief & loss
Play Therapy Training
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