Play Therapy

NEISS 041-EFFECTSWhile adults can express their troubling thoughts and feelings through talking therapies, children and young people may find it difficult to put their emotions into words. Play therapy is used to help children communicate their worries at their own level and their own pace, while a play therapist offers valuable support and guidance. The aim of play therapy is to increase self-esteem and confidence, and teach children new patterns of thinking and behaviour that makes them more resilient in everyday life. My  fairy garden is a wonderful place to do this.