Play Therapy

Play therapy helps children understand their feelings and difficult experiences. Rather than relying on talking, play therapy allows children to use play to express themselves and work through troubling events. Children use play as their main medium of communication so can work at their own pace in a safe way. Play therapy sessions are 45 minutes long, generally on a weekly basis and involve the child and therapist only. Parents are involved in separate review meetings with the therapist.  More information can be found at  https://www.bapt.info/play-therapy/

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