Play in Therapy
The younger the child, the more limited their language. We understand that ways they express themselves is through their behaviour, their interactions and play. We are always interested in how resourceful, responsible and effective children can be in facing problems.
Playful and creative approaches in family therapy can direct the focus away from the child as a problem. When adults and children collaborate actively, play is a mutual friend. All families are unique and so are children, our approach is to work with the family and each child at their level where creativity can play a very important role, sometimes children find it easier to tell their story through the medium of art, whether by drawing, painting, acting/role play or writing. Conversations that arise from the family partaking in creative interventions can shape new realities by reframing negative behaviours.
Play and creative approaches in therapy can assist children & adolescent who have difficulties in:
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