Providing children the opportunity to express their truth,
heal their hearts and reach their full potential
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Therapy

Play Therapy is a non-threatening intervention, which offers children a chance to resolve challenges or trauma via their natural mode of communication – play.

In Gestalt play therapy, the therapeutic relationship is the main therapeutic tool – a warm, supportive and nurturing relationship between therapist and child supports children’s growth and resilience throughout the process.

This practice offers individual therapy for a variety of challenges, including the following:

  • Loss, grief and bereavement
  • Emotional regulation and/or expression difficulties
  • Anxiety
  • Adjustment and transitioning difficulties (for instance, foster care)
  • Trauma
  • Divorce related difficulties
  • Attachment and bonding difficulties
  • Assisting the highly sensitive child
  • Relational difficulties
  • Bullying
  • Self-esteem issues
  • Sibling rivalry
  • Behaviour issues