Play is the natural language of children. Children communicate through play. Play also helps children learn to regulate their emotions, to develop mastery over adverse experiences, and to help them make meaning to confusing things that may have happened to them.







In play therapy, children learn:

  • To respect themselves
  • That their feelings are acceptable
  • To express their feelings responsibly
  • To assume responsibility for themselves
  • To be resourceful and creative in solving problems
  • Self control and self-direction
  • To accept themselves
  • To make choice and be responsible for their own choices

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