Parent-Child Play Therapy
Young children need strong emotional connections with others in order to thrive. Because scary and stressful experiences in childhood negatively impact children’s developing brains, in parent-child play therapy, we purposefully use play to help you build and maintain a healthy, joyful, and engaged relationship with your child. This type of play creates connection, improves trust, and strengthens self-esteem.
Individual Play Therapy
Unlike traditional talk therapy, which requires kids to communicate like mini adults, play therapy is a developmentally-appropriate counseling method that allows your child to communicate in the way they know best. When we work with your child in play therapy, we engage your child in specific types of play that help them build self-esteem, make better choices, and navigate stressful changes in their lives.