About Me.

I have devoted considerable time to studying child development and have accumulated eight years of practical experience in this field.

I also have a strong passion in working and supporting children with different abilities. I am a firm believer in inclusive education and play for all.

Rather than focusing on diagnostic assessments, my approach centers on empowering children to overcome challenges and gain insight into their environment through the therapeutic medium of play. I utilize various modalities, including playdough, art, introspective worksheets, and one of my favorites, the sandtray.

During play sessions, a child’s initial chaos and lack of control often transform into a sense of order, mastery, and safety within their world. The progression observed in the sandtray, for instance, reflects this transformation, signaling increased comfort and trust in their surroundings.

Session frequency and structure are tailored to each child’s unique needs and will be discussed and agreed upon prior to commencing play therapy sessions. Thank you for considering my services.


In my practice, I prioritize inclusivity, ensuring that every child, regardless of ability or background, feels valued and supported in their journey of self-discovery through play therapy.


In my practice, I uphold a commitment to responsible care, guiding children through play therapy sessions with a focus on their well-being, growth, and empowerment.


In every interaction, I foster a culture of respect, honoring each child's unique experiences and perspectives as we embark on a journey of healing and self-understanding through play therapy.


In fostering a collaborative environment, I actively engage with children, parents, and caregivers, working together to tailor play therapy sessions that meet the individual needs and goals of each child.

Play therapy can be beneficial for…

Play therapy is primarily designed for children who may have experienced trauma, emotional difficulties, behavioral issues, or developmental delays. Through play, children can express and work through their emotions, develop problem-solving skills, improve self-esteem, and learn healthy coping strategies.
Play therapy can be particularly effective for individuals with ASD as it provides a structured and engaging environment for them to develop social skills, improve communication abilities, enhance imaginative play, manage sensory issues, and address behavioral challenges.
Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Play therapy can help individuals with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) improve attention span, impulse control, self-regulation, and problem-solving skills. It provides a hands-on and interactive approach that allows them to engage in activities that promote focus and self-control.
Individuals with ADHD
Teenagers can also benefit from play therapy, although it may be adapted to suit their developmental needs. Play therapy with adolescents can help them explore and express their feelings, build resilience, develop communication skills, enhance social interactions, and address issues such as peer pressure, identity, self-esteem, and emotional regulation.
Play therapy is often used to help individuals who have experienced trauma. Through play, trauma survivors can process their experiences, express their emotions, develop a sense of safety and control, and work towards healing and recovery.
Individuals with trauma
Play therapy can be used as a family therapy approach to improve communication, strengthen relationships, and address family dynamics. It allows family members to express themselves, resolve conflicts, and develop healthier patterns of interaction. Remember, the benefits of play therapy are not limited to these groups, and it can be helpful for individuals experiencing a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and developmental challenges.
Play therapy can be beneficial for individuals experiencing anxiety or depression by providing a safe space to express and process emotions, reduce stress, and develop healthy coping mechanisms. Play activities can help them relax, build self-esteem, and learn relaxation techniques.
Individuals with anxiety or depression

play. laugh. heal.

"Through play, children learn to communicate, understand their emotions, and navigate their world with confidence."

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