Child play therapy is an effective way to help children. This approach aims to help children work through a variety of difficulties including: emotional, psychosocial, behavioural difficulties, as well as family difficulties, in a non-threatening manner.

Child play therapy aims to develop a relationship between the child and the therapist. The therapist enters the child’s world; following the child’s lead; developing a safe place and relationship of trust. The role of the therapist is to assist the child through this process.

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