Play Therapy

Play Therapy is therapy for children that utilizes the healing powers of play and creativity to address psychosocial problems. A play therapist uses tools such as story telling, role-playing, puppets, art, and music as well as unstructured play, where the therapist can observe the child in a safe, nurturing environment. Play therapy helps children improve their coping skills, awareness, and self-esteem.

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