Children speak the language of play. It is for this reason that I do play therapy with children, helping them identify and express their feelings and providing them with an opportunity to play out themes in their lives.

I see myself as a bridge between children and parents, and as such, I almost always have at least one parent in the therapy room with their child.

Play therapy builds trust between parents and children and provides a place where children can practice letting their parent into their world. Together we can help your child express him or herself and reach out to you for help managing their emotions.