Clinical research shows that the majority of children who receive Play Therapy intervention can exhibit many positive changes. These include:

play therapy self esteem
Raise self-esteem, confidence and self-acceptance

play therapy self soothe
Gain the ability to self-soothe

play therapy express emotion
The ability to express emotion in appropriate ways

play therapy improve communication
Improved communication skills & emotional literacy

play therapy manage anxiety
The ability to manage anxiety and feelings of sadness

play therapy coping mechanisms
Learn coping mechanisms and resilience

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Enriched social skills and relationships

play therapy self control
Greater concentration, problem-solving & self-control