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Play Therapy

My kid needs a play therapist...

Your child may be struggling to regulate their emotions, cope with transitions, comply with caregiver requests, or exhibit disruptive behavior at home or school. These challenges may leave you feeling heightened concerns, especially if other's have noticed your child's struggles or if you find yourself walking on eggshells. You're ready to see your child become the best version of themself and to become the parent you know you can be. 

Synergetic Play Therapy is a research-informed model of play therapy that blends the therapeutic powers of play with nervous-system regulation, interpersonal neurobiology, physics, attachment, mindfulness and therapist authenticity. This treatment modality can support children in forging new neural connections in their developing brains, enabling them to explore behavioral challenges, cultivate self awareness, develop self-regulation skills, and grow into the best version of themselves. Together, we'll delve understand into understanding your child's nervous system and develop strategies to help them with their unique behavioral challenges.


For those seeking more involved parental guidance, I offer additional parent consultation sessions at prorated rates. During these sessions, we'll collaborate to identify ways you can support your child in between sessions as they progress through treatment. We'll address challenges and celebrate successes as we guide your child toward their goals.

Play therapy sessions are $175/ 50 minutes. 


I can provide a superbill which you can submit independently to your insurance provider for possible reimbursement

How do I know Play therapy is right for my child?

Your child has experienced trauma or abuse

Your child is challenged by anger and outbursts

You child is challenged by anxiety, overwhelm, panic, or phobias

Your child seems disconnected 

Your child experienced the death of a loved one

Your child has challenges with compliance and boundaries 

Your child is doesn't get along well with others

Your child has sleep disturbances

Your child is being bullied

Your child displays a lot of aggression

Your child seems unable to relax

Your child has a hard time with transitions

Your child has a hard time regulating emotions

Your child has a sibling rivalry

Your child has separation anxiety

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