Play therapy, in all its wonderful forms, holds the key to unlocking your child’s potential. Whether through visualization, storytelling, crafts, role-playing, toys and objects, or sand play, play therapy allows young minds to express themselves, tap into their creativity, and feel secure within these therapeutic environments. It empowers them to become the authors of their own stories, creating their own happy endings.
by Jessica Hansen There is a rise in mental health issues among our younger populations. Children are very vulnerable due […]
By Jody Sargent As a parent, it can be incredibly difficult to watch your child experience difficult emotions. Whether they […]
Unified Family Therapy is excited to announce a new Child and Teen Art Therapy Group that will begin on March […]
Parents often ask me when and if they should consider therapy for their child or teen who is experiencing a difficult time. The best answer is yes……