Play Therapy helps children learn to communicate better, regulate their emotions, develop problem-solving skills and relate to others in positive ways.

It is appropriate for children undergoing or witnessing stressful events in their lives, such as a serious illness or hospitalisation, domestic violence, abuse, trauma, a family crisis, or an upsetting change in their environment.

Play Therapy can help children with academic and social problems, learning disabilities, behavioural disorders, anxiety, depression, grief, anger, attention deficit disorders, and those who are on the autism spectrum.

Our resident Play Therapist sees children aged 3 to 12 and uses Play Therapy to respond to their unique developmental needs.