Counselling with children and young people using play therapy

Childhood can be a challenge. Children can struggle to assimilate want is going on in their lives. It’s not uncommon that the struggle gets played out at school, in the family environment and/or in the community. To help with these difficulties, the play therapy’s tools help them to make sense of their emotions and give them strategies to regulate their feelings and manage their behaviours.

 

This type of therapy is suitable for:

 

• Poor self-esteem

• Anxiety

• Depression

• Bullying

• Low mood

• Behavioural difficulties

• Problems related to abuse

• Neglect

• Trauma

• Bereavement,

• Self-confidence

• Family breakdown