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Play Therapy

All children can benefit from play therapy. The relationship between the child and therapist is central to the process. Once trust has been established the child will enter into a fun and dynamic relationship with the therapist where they can easily express themselves and make sense of the world around them. The therapist implements few boundaries only those required to maintain safety within the play room. This allows healing to occur.

Play therapy can be effective for a broad range of problems including:

Benefits of PlayTherapy

What Tools Does a Play Therapist Use?

Sand and symbols

Art Materials

Musical Instruments


Therapeutic Stories

Creative Visualisation


Click here to view interview with Meath County Councillor Sharon Keoghan and Melissa

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