Play Therapy

Play is the unspoken language of children. Even adults benefit from the freedom of being an adult and allowing themselves to “play” through their emotions and difficulties. It can be a wonderful alternative to “talk therapy” and is used as a communication tool to promote change, identify stressors, and work through difficulties in the past or present.  One can create a scene, picture, or experience which can facilitate resolution of a conflict or can promote awareness of unconscious processes.  This process is particularly helpful when one has no words for his or her feelings or is unaware of the cause of these feelings.

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