Who can play therapy help?

child play therapy

Play therapy can help children
who may be struggling with their
feelings due to experiences of…

  • Separation & divorce
  • Being fostered or adopted
  • Loss & bereavement
  • Attachment difficulties
  • Illness or physical disability
  • Step families
  • Having witnessed or experienced any form of abuse or domestic violence

Throughout their lives, most children go through difficult times, such as the divorce of their parents, trouble making friends, or adjusting to changes at school or home. Some children need more help than others to get through these times. If you or other adults in your child’s life are concerned about your child’s behaviour, play therapy can help. It is the most appropriate treatment for helping your child work through difficult times and helping you gain a better understanding of what your child is going through.