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Primary Care Psychotherapy Vista Primary Care, Naas, Co. Kildare +353-45-896690 info@primarytherapy.ie
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Play Therapy

Play Therapy uses a variety of Play & Creative Arts to address chronic, moderate and severe psychological and emotional conditions in children.  Play Therapy uses a number of mediums including, Sand, Art, Music, Puppets and Drama. Play Therapy provides a safe space for emotional expression and promotes the overall development and wellbeing of the child. The Child learns how to express their thoughts and feelings in constructive ways and is given strategies to cope with difficulties that they face in life and which they themselves cannot change. It enables decision-making and acceptance of responsibility. It facilitates the development of problem- solving, coping skills and resilience. It helps children to explore and practise social skills. It helps children to make friends and learn about their ever expanding world. It allows children to learn from mistakes safely and encourages confidence and concentration. It fosters imagination and creativity. Most importantly it allows the child to play.

THERAPISTS WHO SPECIALISE IN THIS AREA:

To get more information on an individual therapist please click on name Dorothy Brennan Contact Primary Care Psychotherapy in confidence @ 045 896690 or email info@primarytherapy.ie to discuss making an appointment with one of our therapists.
Primary Care Psychotherapy Play Therapy
Disclaimer: The Counsellors and Psychotherapists at Primary Care Psychotherapy practise independently on his or her own behalf. Therapists do not constitute a partnership or other trading entity or profit sharing arrangement with Primary Care Psychotherapy. The Therapeutic Contract that exists is one between the therapist and his or her client(s), and Primary Care Psychotherapy is not party to any such contracts.
Make an appointment +353-45-896690 / info@primarytherapy.ie
Copyright 2016 Primary Care Psychotherapy | Website by MGS Web Design
Opening Hours Primary Care Psychotherapy is open Monday to Saturday 9am - 9pm

Play Therapy

Play Therapy uses a variety of Play & Creative Arts to address chronic, moderate and severe psychological and emotional conditions in children.  Play Therapy uses a number of mediums including, Sand, Art, Music, Puppets and Drama. Play Therapy provides a safe space for emotional expression and promotes the overall development and wellbeing of the child. The Child learns how to express their thoughts and feelings in constructive ways and is given strategies to cope with difficulties that they face in life and which they themselves cannot change. It enables decision- making and acceptance of responsibility. It facilitates the development of problem-solving, coping skills and resilience. It helps children to explore and practise social skills. It helps children to make friends and learn about their ever expanding world. It allows children to learn from mistakes safely and encourages confidence and concentration. It fosters imagination and creativity. Most importantly it allows the child to play.

THERAPISTS WHO SPECIALISE IN THIS AREA:

To get more information on an individual therapist please click on name Dorothy Brennan Contact Primary Care Psychotherapy in confidence @ 045 896690 or email info@primarytherapy.ie to discuss making an appointment with one of our therapists.
Primary Care Psychotherapy  Play Therapy
Copyright 2016 Primary Care Psychotherapy Website by MGS Web Design
Disclaimer: The Counsellors and Psychotherapists at Primary Care Psychotherapy practise independently on his or her own behalf. Therapists do not constitute a partnership or other trading entity or profit sharing arrangement with Primary Care Psychotherapy. The Therapeutic Contract that exists is one between the therapist and his or her client(s), and Primary Care Psychotherapy is not party to any such contracts.
Primary Care Psychotherapy Vista Primary Care, Naas, Co. Kildare +353-45-896690  info@primarytherapy.ie
Opening Hours Primary Care Psychotherapy is open Monday to Saturday 9am - 9pm