‘Listen to the desires of your children. Encourage them and then give them the autonomy to make their own decisions’ Denis Waitley
Play is your child’s way of communicating and mastering the world around them.Play therapy therefore is a way of understanding this communication better and assisting in your child’s mastery of the world, building self-esteem and encouraging positive emotional growth.
Adolescence can be a difficult and frustrating time for many. Adolescents are faced with numerous emotional, academic and social challenges and the constant pressure can lead to stress, anxiety and depression. Having someone help manage that delicate balance can assist in better stress management and mood improvement.
Sometimes your child is battling at school and you and the teachers have noticed your child’s difficulties. At times the exact nature of these difficulties are uncertain. A full assessment can help to better understand your child’s difficulties and can help to recommend ways to remediate the possible difficulties.