Hargan Psychology provides child-centred play therapy whilst supporting parents and carers.
What is play therapy?
Child-Centred Play Therapy (CCPT) is a structured, theory-based approach.
Children often aren’t developmentally ready to verbally communicate their thoughts and feelings, particularly in relation to difficult situations. That’s where play therapy can help.
Our trained team of psychologists, use play therapy to help children express themselves and to gain insights about what may be troubling them. Examples of child therapy activities include:
- Drawing, arts, and crafts.
- Playing with lego and building blocks.
- Board games.
- Card games.
Why play therapy?
Play therapy is a sensitive and age-appropriate therapy for young children. It is a creative counselling method that promotes physical, mental, and psycho-social development that places the child and their individual needs at the centre of therapy.
Play therapy can support children with a variety of developmental, social, emotional and learning challenges including:
- Behavioural challenges
- Learning disabilities
- Grief & loss