Life can throw all of us challenges. Some of these challenges we feel ready to tackle on our own. Other times we need someone to help us look at the problem in a new way. Recognizing and admitting you could use guidance from a counselor and play therapist is the first and most important step. I know when everybody plays everybody wins!
Play Therapy provides a safe and healthy place to work through confusion, anxiety, anger, grief, and many other common emotions. In their own way and time during therapy, clients emerge resilient and resourceful with better coping skills and a healthy world view.
I commend you for wanting to make a difference in your life, and the life of your family, and thank you for considering me to help you in the process. I encourage you to imagine the best your family could be and believe that we can make that happen together!
If your child is the client, I ask parents to come alone for the first visit. Time alone gives you and me the opportunity to openly discuss your concerns and what your goals for counseling are.
When you arrive at the office you will find a comfortable waiting area. I will ask that you provide me with some information so that I can better understand your concerns.
Once you have completed the intake forms, I will meet with you to discuss your reason for coming to therapy. This time will allow you and I to identify the goals that are important to you and how we will work together to reach them. Learn more …