Play therapy provides children a safe, non-judgmental opportunity to express themselves in their own language—play. Children can communicate and process feelings, allowing resolution of problems. Play therapy is appropriate for children ages 3-12 and is an effective treatment for anxiety, depression, behavioral problems, developmental delays, inattention and hyperactivity, and grief and loss.

Children are often unable to put their feelings into words. Play therapy provides children with a safe and non-judgmental opportunity to express themselves in their own language – the language of play. Giving children the opportunity to use play to communicate and process their feelings allows them to resolve their problems. Play therapy is typically appropriate for children ages 3-12 and is an effective treatment for children experiencing anxiety, depression, behavioral problems, developmental delays, inattention and hyperactivity, and problems related to grief and loss.