Have a Child Under 5? Watch this Video
What I Can Do For Young Children:
- Services Typically Start At Age 3 (But ask about younger children)
- Individual Play Therapy for Verbal Children
- Family Therapy for Non-Verbal Children
- Developmental Screenings and Assessments (Ages 0-5)
- Parenting Skills and Supports Available
You might have been told that your child is "too young" for therapy. The truth is that very young children benefit from the play therapy environment because it allows them to communicate their needs through play, instead of words. Also, as the parent, you have access to information about consistency, routines, and relationship building that will serve you throughout your child's life. Before you wait until your child is 5 or older, call me and let's discuss your child and see if play therapy is a good fit for you.
For children worried about leaving you.
For fits lasting longer than usual for age.
We can stop or reduce the frequency of biting incidents.
Day Care Problems
I can help your child function better in day care.
If you child cries during visits or transitions, I can help.
Any past history is a reason for play therapy.
If you answered yes to any of these questions, SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT!
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