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Play Therapy

Child Therapy

Play therapy is a form of therapy used primarily for children. That’s because children may not be able to process their own emotions or articulate problems to parents or other adults.

While it may look like an ordinary playtime, play therapy can be much more than that.

A trained psychologist can use playtime to observe and gain insights into a child’s problems. The therapist can then help the child explore emotions and deal with unresolved trauma. Through play, children can learn new coping mechanisms and how to redirect inappropriate behaviors.

Child Psychotherapy

Psychologists Who Specialise In Children's Therapy

It may not be an established rule that Play Therapy is only restricted to children, but it’s a form of therapy that is primarily implemented on children between the ages of 3 and 12. On face value, Play Therapy may appear as just a time of play, but it’s more than that.

Play Therapy bridges the gap in communication between adults and children, it’s a process that allows children the time to process emotions and articulate themselves. 

A trained therapist is able to extract valuable data from a child through Play Therapy, through which a child is able to explore his/her emotions and deal with unresolved trauma. Play Therapy is implemented across children’s therapy by licensed professionals such as psychologists or psychiatrists among other professionals.