Child Counseling and Play Therapy
At Rock Your Family, our child therapists and play therapy specialists guide each child to discover their self-worth, find their place in the world, and reach their potential within their family.
Play Therapy: What is it?
Play therapy utilizes play as a means of communication and expression for children. It's based on the belief that play is the natural language of children and that through play, children can express their emotions, thoughts, and experiences in a safe and non-threatening way.
The therapy involves various toys, games, and activities to help the child work through emotional, behavioral, or developmental issues. Play therapy can help children develop coping skills, improve self-esteem, reduce anxiety and stress, and resolve conflicts.
Why Rock Your Family is The Best Option for Child Play Therapy
Rock Your Family specializes in play therapy in Colorado Springs - providing a safe and supportive environment for children to express their emotions, build self-esteem, and develop the skills they need to succeed. We understand that every child is unique and requires individualized care.
We work with children of all ages and backgrounds to help them overcome challenges and reach their full potential. Our child therapy experts are trained in play therapy and other evidence-based practices to provide personalized care to each child. Plus, we work closely with parents to create a treatment plan tailored to the child's specific needs and goals.
Take the First Step
If you're ready to support your child’s growth and success, contact Rock Your Family today to book an appointment for play therapy in Colorado Springs with one of our skilled child therapist. Let us help your child find their worth, place, and potential in this world and within your family. Together, we can create a brighter future for your child.
Effects of Play Therapy on Children
- Improved emotional expression
- Increased self-esteem
- Better social skills
- Enhanced coping skills
- Reduced symptoms of mental health disorders
- Improved overall well-being and quality of life
- Increased confidence and sense of control
- Improved communication skills
- Enhanced parent-child relationships