How to know when to get help?
Does your child have angry outbursts or acting out tendencies? Trouble
concentrating in the classroom or acting out at school? Complain of stomach
aches, or not feeling well very often? Play therapy can help a wide variety
Play Therapy can also be extremely beneficial for any child as a way to
self-express, learn emotional intelligence, find healthy coping strategies
(nervous system regulation) and attain more body awareness. Play therapy
allows children to learn more about their inner worlds and begins to foster
a healthier connection to themselves through awareness.
Reasons to consider therapy:
- Self esteem
- Learning issues
- Sensory issues