Therapeutic Interventions

Services offered include individuals, sibling therapy groups, support groups and more! 

Play Therapy:  trained play therapist uses the therapeutic powers of play to help clients prevent or resolve psycho-social difficulties and achieve optimal growth and development." - Association for Play Therapy  (Play, at it's core, provides essential mechanics for human growth, development, learning and cultivating relationships.  Adding a therapeutic approach to play integrates key assistance with cognitive, behavioral and emotional challenges that may range from social awkwardness to anxiety and depression.)

Children's Trauma/Grief Group - a closed supportive group therapy that explores how to address trauma and grief, adjust to those changes and continue a life of meaning and purpose

Children's Social Behavioral Group - a supportive group therapy that examines the importance of appropriate choice making, emotional regulation, feelings and behaviors.

Sibshops - Sibling support groups for sibs of children with special needs to educate in a lively, recreational setting thru the Sibling Support Project.

Filial therapy - teaches the parent or other caregivers child-centered play sessions to utilize with their own children.  Parents become the change agent by learning how to utilize expressive and listening play therapy skills as well as effective limit setting and boundary setting techniques.

Sandtray therapy - expressive therapy that allows the client to create an environment that acts as a reflection of the client's own life and allows them the opportunity to resolve conflicts, remove obstacles, and to connect to their inner being as they begin to accept themselves. - Therapeutic Solutions

Changing the World, Once Child at a Time


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