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At Healing Through Play our focus is on our clients, and providing them with a place of security, comfort and a supportive therapeutic atmosphere. Our belief is that all people are valuable and unique and have the potential for growth and the inner strength to succeed.

Benefits of Play Therapy

Children may experience an increased sense of self-worth, emotional regulation and responsibility for their actions.  They can explore and or try out new skills  possibly resulting in a better understanding of social interactions.

What is Play Therapy?

Play is the child’s language and …

It expands self-expression, self-knowledge, self-actualization

and self-efficacy. Play relieves feelings of stress, connects us to people in a positive way, stimulates creative thinking and exploration, regulates our emotions, and increases self-confidence.

Play Therapy is beneficial for children who have experienced

difficulty in school, family,  social or community settings:

Stressful Events; Grief and Loss

Behavioural difficulties; Traumatic Events

Emotional Regulation; Low Self-Esteem