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Play Therapy

Play is the primary language of children, so in play therapy the therapist communicates with children using their native tongue .  During a session, children work out difficult emotions or experiences through therapeutic play.  This often looks just like normal play, but is distinguished by a therapist providing supportive reflection and intervention in play to aid processing.  This looks different for each client and is completely individualized. 

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