Did you know play has power to release chemicals in our brains to make us happy and calm?
Play is the key to a happy and fulfilling life!
Play Therapy is a form of child psychotherapy and is an evidence based approach. The Play Therapist is trained in how to communicate with children through creative arts and play.
Play Therapy uses the POWER OF PLAY to bring about healing and transformation. Building a relationship with the therapist through play, is more accessible for children than through talking therapies as play is the language of children. Many children cannot talk or will not talk about their problems.
It is so easy to seek advice from friends, read a book and still wonder, how do I help my child with the one thing they are struggling with? We have found that through Play Therapy many of these issues are dealt with by providing the space to play with a qualified Play Therapist.
Since Summer 2020 we have been providing Play Therapy and Filial Play Coaching in partnership with Aylesbury Vineyard Storehouse for families living in relative poverty and who were falling through the gaps of local provision. Since then we have helped a number of families and you can find out more here:
Our first fundraiser was a huge success. Thank you to all who took part in POP@Storehouse Christmas Tree Festival 2023 and were crucial to its success. We raised enough money to support one child with Play Therapy for our charity partnership with Aylesbury Vineyard Storehouse. Find out more by clicking the blocks below:
POP Play Sessions are a 6 week programme for bringing joy and strengthening relationships between parents and young people through the power of play! Find out more…
Online POP Play Sessions proved popular during lockdowns and worked brilliantly as an online alternative. These are now available to book separately to Play Therapy either online or face to face.
POP Play Sessions are 20-30 minute Play Sessions for a fun burst into your week. They involve parents/carers as well as the children and aid strengthening your relationships during this challenging time. All you need is Zoom, paper and pens. Play dough is a bonus!
A self-guided course for Play Therapists to run their own POP Play Sessions is now available to enrol.
See recent BLOG post for some more details or the course page on the link above.