What is Play Therapy?

Play is the natural language of children. Play therapy provides a way for children, from the age 3 to 18, to express their emotions, experiences and feelings through a natural, guided process.

We use play to communicate with children and resolve psychosocial challenges by using a variety of techniques and play media such as doll´s houses, play dough, books, therapeutic board games, sandtrays, art and writing.

The objects and patterns of play can be used to understand the underlying rationale for children behaviour. According to the psychodynamic view, people (especially children) engage in play therapy in order to work through their interior difficulties and anxieties.

Who needs Play Therapy?

Children who ...

are dealing with parental conflict, separation or divorce

are dealing with issues of loss, such as illness or death of a loved one

are traumatized as a result of sexual, physical or emotional abuse

have mood disorders such as major or bipolar depression and anxiety

are bullying other children, or children who are being bullied

are expose to crime

are gifted

are adopted or in foster care

have problems related to attachment

in hospital for an extended period of time

have experienced serious accidents

have been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD



Please Note : We do not provide any written report, but only do verbal feedbacks. We can refer you to the relevant professionals if you require a written report.