Play Therapy –
Playing is a child’s natural way of rehearsing for life. Through play, children grow, learn, explore, and develop. They seek fun and interactive ways of tackling life’s emotional, social, physical, and mental challenges.
Child Therapy –
As a parent, this is something that can be hard to decide or understand while so many other things are going on with the care of your child. You may also be unsure about what therapy is like for a child, leaving you with more confusion about whether therapy is right for your child or not.
Parenting & Family Support –
Parenting support creates a place for parents to process their own struggles along with learning new skills. This service is offered just for parents or in conjunction with a child in therapy. These sessions often enhance the progress of a child in therapy and allow for a more happy and healthy family.
Individual Therapy –
Through individual counseling, I address issues such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders, family separation, life transition, trauma, relational conflict, child custody issues, school/work stress, ADHD and self-injurious behavior.
Group Therapy –
Some examples of group offered:
Social Skills (varying ages)
Middle School Transition Groups
Parent Child Relationship Training
Resources – Parenting and family resources to help you in your journey as a parent, individual or in helping your child succeed with play therapy.