Play Therapy

Play Therapy

Play Therapy is a highly regarded and evidence-based therapeutic modality for children. Extensive research has demonstrated its effectiveness in addressing a wide range of childhood challenges and emotional issues.

This approach is supported by clinical studies, which have shown that children who engage in play therapy often experience significant improvements in their emotional well-being, social skills, and overall mental health.

How Play therapy works

The evidence-based support for play therapy highlights its ability to help children express and process their emotions, develop coping strategies, and build resilience. It has been particularly beneficial in treating conditions such as anxiety, depression, trauma, and behavioral difficulties in children.

As a trusted and research-backed approach, play therapy provides children with a developmentally appropriate means to navigate life’s complexities and find healing, ultimately fostering their healthy emotional development and well-being.

How we can work with you

When it comes to finding the right therapy for you, each client receives a unique plan based on your experiences and what works best for you. We can try many different types of treatments, and it’s our goal to find the therapy that fits you and your specific circumstances. We always ask for your input and honesty to make sure we’re supporting you in the best way possible.

We provide individual counselling (both in-person and over the phone).

Other treatments we offer

EMDR - Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing​​

EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and it’s an integrative therapy used specifically for clients who have experienced trauma and many other mental health issues. It has been proven very effective in dealing with these conditions.

CBT, or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, is a practical and short-term type of psychotherapy, useful in treating conditions like depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress conditions. It works by helping clients focus on the present, on the problems that come up in day-to-day life.

DBT is a modified form of CBT, and it aims to teach people how to live in the moment, develop healthy ways to cope with stress, regulate their emotions, and improve their relationships with others.

EFIT, or Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy, is a variation of the well-known and successful EFT (Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a modern and evidence-based therapeutic approach that empowers individuals to navigate life’s challenges with greater psychological flexibility and resilience.