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Play Therapy 

Play is a natural way for children and families to express feelings, solve problems, and build skills. 

Play therapists use various media, including storytelling, puppet play, drama, music, dance, sand play, painting and drawing, and board games. 

Play therapy can reduce anxiety and depression, assist children with emotional regulation and challenging behaviors, improve the effects of trauma and loss, and help children manage social and academic difficulties. Family play therapy can be effective at strengthening family relationships.

Introduction to Play Therapy for Children

By Dee Ray

This video introduces play therapy for children who are starting therapy.

By Dee Ray

Introduction to Play Therapy for Parents

This is an introduction to play therapy for parents of children who will be participating in play therapy.

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