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Play therapy is a structured, theoretically based therapeutic modality that can be used to treat children primarily between the ages of three to twelve with behavioral disorders, such as anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, depression, attention deficit hyperactivity, autism spectrum, oppositional defiant and conduct disorders as well as behavioral problems, such as anger management, grief and loss, divorce and abandonment, and crisis and trauma. Through play therapy, children learn to communicate needs, express emotion, adjust behavior, develop problem-solving skills, cope with big emotions and learn a variety of ways of relating to others.  Play therapy is a developmentally appropriate approach that allows trained mental health practitioners who specialize in play therapy to work with both parents and children to assess and understand behavior by honoring children’s natural self expression – play!

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