I meet with the child in my office usually once a week. I have a wide range of toys, games and activities available to assist in understanding and communicating with the child. Individual play therapy creates a safe place for the child to heal and grow. I meet regularly with parents during this process to […]
Family dynamics may be holding unwanted patterns of behavior in place. Family therapy can help family members to understand these patterns, and to open up the lines of communication. Through this process, family members can learn to take on more open and authentic roles. Family therapy is often used to help family members adjust following […]
In filial therapy the therapist teaches the parent the skills used in non-directive play therapy. Filial therapy is used to strengthen the relationship between parent and child, and help the parent better understand the child’s world. The skills taught in filial therapy can then be used to address everyday conflicts between parent and child.
Group therapy can be an excellent way to help children develop social skills or focus on other specific areas. It is usually time-limited and less expensive than individual or family therapy.
Building Blocks Social Skills Play Group: Preschool 3–5-yr olds
The preschool years are a critical time for learning to get along with peers and become […]
I use a relational approach of deep listening and reflection to assist with developing a better understanding of self. Sand tray and art materials are available to help patients of all ages to get in touch with thoughts and feelings at a pre-verbal level. As these are brought to the surface we can work together […]