Play Therapy is the therapeutic use of play and expressive arts. It is a form of psychotherapy / counselling that facilitates expression through creative media. There are many people who may not readily have words to explain their circumstances, feelings and reasons behind their behaviour. For such individuals, it can be easier to express themselves through creative media and play.
Play Therapy offers a space to freely express difficult feelings without a need for explanation. The therapeutic space provides emotional support during times of stress, offering a safe place to make sense of difficult events. The therapist offers a wide selection of creative resources and materials from which clients can choose. These include art materials, sand play, clay, miniature figures, musical instruments, books, drama and movement props.