Play / Creative Therapy
In play therapy, the therapist enters the world of child and tries to help the child make sense of their problems and thoughts – in essence, it tries to get a troubled child back to a developing and happy child.
Is a special kind of play therapy suitable for children between 3-12. The difference between filial therapy and play therapy is that the parents/carers are actually involved in the therapeutic process.
DDP (Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy) Therapy
DDP is especially suited for working with families with adopted or fostered children who have experienced neglect and trauma in their birth family.
Sandplay “hands-on” psychological work and is an aide to talk therapy. Suitable for children and adults, in essence it tries to help the person get to a sense of balance and wholeness