Play Therapy for Children


Hope & Healing for Children & Parents Using the Power of Play Therapy

Thank you stopping by to learn more about how I can help your child. If you are visiting this page and considering the need for child play therapy, I honor your courage and commitment to find the best help and support your child deserves!  As a parent myself, I know that finding quality care for your child is high-priority! 

You want to see your child’s eyes light up in delight trying new things and experiencing life in positive waysNot giving up easily or avoiding challenging tasks. Meanwhile, your heart is heavy as you hear your child talk so negatively about themselves, others, and/or the world.

You want to see your child to have meaningful & healthy relationships and demonstrate flexibility and cooperation with you, family members, and friends – Without the temper tantrums or your child flipping his or her lid in anger and rage that transpires into him or her having a negative attitude or being overly difficult for the rest of the day.

You want to repair and/or strengthen you and your child’s relationship, emotional connection, and bond – Without the parent/child conflict and power struggles happening now because the emotional roller coaster of anger, frustration, sadness, and guilt is too heavy to carry any longer – for you, your family, and your child.

You want to know how you can help and support your child, especially when your child is struggling and trying to cope with circumstances outside of your control, whether it’s adjusting to a new school and/or recent move, changes in the family, parent’s separation/divorce, loss of a loved one, and/or having experienced a traumatic event or series of traumatic events in the past. You want to see your child living to their full potential – Not enduring the influx behavior issues, problems managing feelings, withdrawing from others, avoiding certain topics, things, or/or places, having difficulty with sleep, etc. Not only do you want your child to receive help and learn how to support your child’s healing, you want guidance on how you can continue your child’s healing process and help build your child’s resilience to tackle future life challenges……long after therapy ends.

Bottom Line: You want your child to rise above adversities, overcome challenges, and thrive! Help is just a phone call away!

Explore Below to Learn More About:

  • Child Individual Play
  • Group Play Therapy for Children
  • Specialties Areas on Child-Specific Issues

Individual Play Therapy 

Individual Child Play Therapy uses play and art in therapeutic ways to help give your child the age-appropriate tools he or she needs to work through personal challenges, learn alternative ways to cope and manage life challenges, as well as new ways to understand himself/herself, others, and the world around. 

Group Play Therapy

Group Play Therapy consists of a small group of 2-4 children at a time that often consists of helping children learn and navigate social relationships, problem-solving, social skills, and empathy in a real-life theraputic setting.

  • Please use our contact page and schedule a free consultation to learn more about Group Play Therapy and add your child’s name to the waiting list.

Currently unavailable unil further notice due to covid-19. However, our waiting list is building!

Specialties Areas on Child-Specific Issues

There are areas of expertise I have aquired in my experince as a child therapy and have also grown to enjoy working in these specific niches:

  • Assisting children and families in navigating seperation/divorce with their children’s best interest in mind
  • Offering therapeutic support to children caught in the middle of their separated/divorce high-conflict interactions and battles
  • Pre-school aged children (ages 3-5) who exhibit frequent aggression in school that has resulted in expulsion(s) and the threat thereof
  • Parent/Child Relationships

I Help My Child Clients  With A Range of Concerns

Anger Outbursts & Aggression

Poor Self-Esteem or Worth

 Lack of Motivation

Becomes Upset & Irritated Easily

Avoids Difficult Tasks

Gives Up Too Easily  

Social Withdrawal 

Parent/Child Conflict & Relationship Issues

Difficulty Making & Keeping Friends 

Anxious & On-Edge

 Persistent Worry & Fear

Excessive Crying or Tantrums

Trauma Reaction

Divorce Reactions

Co-parenting Guidance

Blended Family Issues

Contact Me Today to Talk

I’d love to find out what I can help your child with and discuss how you can help in the therapy process.

You can schedule free 10-minute phone or video consultation with me by clicking below.

I look forward to speaking with you!

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