Bradley Katz Play Therapy for Children (ages 4-12)
Children often do not have the ability to verbally express their thoughts and feelings. Play therapy, when conducted by a trained play therapist, offers children the opportunity to express themselves, learn appropriate coping skills and resolve emotional difficulties.
Children (ages 4-12 years) coping with:
- grief and loss
- bullying or social difficulties
- serious illness of a family member
- abuse (emotional, physical, sexual)
- adoption, foster care
- domestic violence
- poor self-esteem
- difficulty adjusting to a change (moving, new school, new sibling)
- frightening or traumatic experience
A variety of play therapy models are used to fit the unique needs of each child. Interventions are adapted to fit the child’s age, interests and treatment needs. All clients are seen by supervised interns with specialized training in child and play therapy.
Thanks to the support of anonymous donours, fees are kept to a minimum to allow all children access to this program. A sliding scale between $40-$105 per session permits clients easy access to this Program. Appointments are available weekdays (evenings and weekends, when possible).