Client-centered, age-appropriate therapy for children and teens which integrates play, expressive art techniques, and movement.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Austin, TX
Finding techniques to regulate the mind, body, and emotions, fine-tune our focusing skills, exploring ways of releasing excess energy, and calm the body when needed.
Facing school work with confidence and ease, working on pro-social skills, navigating and developing healthy boundaries in order for relationships to flourish, and clear communication with friendships, teachers, and grown-ups, including self-advocating for academic, emotional, and self-regulation needs.
Utilizing play therapy, expressive art techniques, and movement to work on emotional identification, emotional and physical self-regulation, pro-social skills, creating healthy relationships with friends and family, and exploring and processing behaviors, experience, emotions, and thoughts.
Play Therapy is developmentally appropriate, child-centered and an invitation into the child's world, the language of children, a space for self-soothing and physical regulation to the body, and a safe space to teach social skills like creating and following rules, taking turns, problem solving, self-confidence, fairness, and builds empathy for others.