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Play therapy is play with a therapeutic objective such as helping children undergoing change (due to class transition, a new sibling or family separation) to make better choices, improve self-esteem or increase confidence. The therapist takes a non-directive role giving the client an opportunity to ‘play out’ feelings and problems and a safe environment in which to work through issues at their own speed without judgement, interpretation and in control.

Child Play Therapy: Services
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