Why Play Therapy?
"Through play, therapists may help children learn more adaptive behaviors when there are emotional or social skills deficits (Pedro-Carroll & Reddy, 2005). The positive relationship that develops between therapist and child during play therapy sessions can provide a corrective emotional experience necessary for healing (Moustakas, 1997). Play therapy may also be used to promote cognitive development and provide insight about and resolution of inner conflicts or dysfunctional thinking in the child (O'Connor & Schaefer, 1983; Reddy, Files-Hall, & Schaefer, 2005)."
--Association for Play Therapy,
Our therapeutic playroom
Play is extremely important for children’s developmental growth! Our therapeutic playroom has toys, sand tray, puppets, houses, and so much more to allow children to express themselves in a safe and creative space while allowing parents and therapists insight into the child’s world and how they experience different aspects of life.