We believe that a child’s natural language is “play”.  It isn’t taught; it is instinctual.  What better way to understand a child than to join them in their world?  Children feel more comfortable sharing their thoughts and feelings through play.

Through observation and interaction with a child in the playroom, therapists can build a strong therapeutic relationship based on trust, which is essential to the process.

At the parent consultations, parents will learn tools to communicate with their children in ways that minimize stress levels resulting from power struggles.  As a result, children will feel more secure and parents will feel confident in their ability to respond to their children in ways that promote self-control.