While individual play therapy can be helpful for children through targeting specific and unique challenges, group play therapy can support children through group interactions to achieve their goals. Specifically surrounding difficulty in interacting with peers and regulating emotions in a stimulating environment, group play therapy can sometimes expose concerns that may otherwise not come up in the play therapy process.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
Through group therapy, you will have the enriching experience of developing a community of families that you can support and also receive support from. You have the power to help someone else who is feeling similarly to you, and this can foster your own growth.
Groups begin when the demand for each topic is met.
Contact me today to learn which groups are currently or soon to be available for children and parents!