Play Therapy – The kids love coming!
- Feel your child displays aggressive behaviour and you’re not sure why?
- Feel your child is becoming withdrawn or socially isolated?
- Feel something is not quite right or a bit different?
- Noticed anything that concerns you about your child like their eating habits have changed or they no longer enjoy their most loved activities?
Is your child:
- Finding school challenging?
- Struggling with family breakdown?
- Living with bullying?
Would you like your child to become:
- More resilient?
- Able to increase their problem solving skills?
- Manage complex relationships?
- Self regulate their behaviour?
- More respectful to themselves and those around them?
Child Centered Non-Directive Play Therapy can assist.
Play Therapy is a counselling model for children that has been around for many years. It is a child counselling model that can take many forms. I choose to use the Child Centered Non-Directive model of Play Therapy as supported by Play Therapy Australia, so your child can tap into their own resources and skills to develop to their maximum potential.
Toys and equipment are all specially chosen to support your child’s development and growth. Your role is important.
The Role of Parents
Central to this model is your ability as the parent or carer to also develop skills in supporting your child to develop their maximum potential. You play a sigifcant role in assisting your child to reach their maximum potential.
Age of Children Who Can Benefit
Children can benefit from non directive play therapy from the ages of 3 to 13 years, however this does depend on your child.
How long are sessions and how much do they cost?
Sessions are for 50 minutes and are conducted in the specialist formulated play therapy room at a cost of $85 per session. Sessions can be conducted in outreach capacity however additional costs are incurred due to travel. Payment plans can be negotiated.
How can I find out more?
To book your introductory session contact us today.
Why? Because our kids are worth it!
Please note: where children are subject to a family court parenting plan, both parents are required to sign consent for the child to attend.