We often trivialize play and only view it as something kids do. We’re right, not only do kids play, but they’re experts at it. We also know that “play is the work of children”, according to the developmental psychologist Jean Piaget.
Play therapy offers a view into a child’s world. Play therapists are
specially trained therapists, who incorporate techniques to help
children express their feelings and adjust to life’s difficulties.
Children, who benefit from play therapy, might be experiencing a
divorce, death, health issues, school, family or friendship issues.
I hope you will take the time to listen to my conversation with Bonnie
Compton APRN, BC, CPNP, host of Wholehearted Parenting as we discuss
the benefit of play therapy for children. You’ll learn what play therapy
is and how it may help your child.