Children’s Therapy

Raising children can be challenging.

It’s always something with the kids – the wrong cup, you failed to cut off the crust, or you peeled the banana!

The tantrums and emotion regulation are becoming daily, and you don’t know what to do. You’ve read all about it – kids need to name their emotions and remain calm, but it is never-ending. You want peace for your child and peace in your home.

As your kiddo is trying to process your recent divorce, you feel stumped with how to help.

Your sensitive child sees and feels the world differently from others and keeps trying to learn how to have friends but feels like they don’t fit anywhere.

We are here for you and your kid.

“Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning.
But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.”
– Fred Rogers
Kids need a space to show up and explore their feelings without worrying or caring about how their words will impact their grown-ups.

Processing their parents’ divorce or working to regulate emotions is not easy for a child.

Sometimes, we need fresh eyes on the scene – someone who isn’t doing all of the caretaking tasks but whose job is about tending to the emotional and inner world of the child

Therapy provides a place that is all about THEM.

Our child therapists are skilled at talking with kids on their level – in a language they understand.

Child-centered play therapy revolves around observing and reporting what the child is doing. The therapist watches the child and reports to them what they are doing while not interfering or trying to adjust what they are doing. “I see you coloring that picture.”

The room contains toys, sand sculpting, art, movement, and drawing. All these things help the child communicate their inner world in a way that is approachable to them.

Reach out to us today, and let’s get your kid on the path to peace!