Whole Child Neurodevelopment Group offers play therapy aimed at helping children to interact socially while strengthening cognition, as well as behavioral control and emotional expression.

Play therapy may be effective for young children (usually for those younger than teenaged), and may be especially helpful for children who struggle to communicate or express their emotions or thoughts. In play therapy sessions, your child will meet with a therapist in a comfortable environment, where playful interaction can reveal the child’s current inner world, while cultivating their growth.

If you’re curious about play therapy and whether or not your child may benefit from this form of therapy, don’t hesitate to reach out to us for further information or to schedule a consultation. You can also continue reading to learn more about play therapy and its many benefits.