We've found 7 Mental Health Practitioners

  • Highly qualified and ethical counsellor with extensive experience working with children, adolescents
    I specialise in Abuse - Internet addiction - Gender dysphoria - Mental health - Trauma  
  • Professional Counsellor, Clinical Supervisor (ACA) RenewYou Trainer
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  • Geelong Counsellor & Family Therapist
    I specialise in Attachment disorder - Family issues - Spirituality - Stress - Suicidal thoughts  
  • I have 20+ years experience working with Children & Families and with Trauma
    I specialise in Sexual abuse - Anxiety - Child related issues - Family issues - Trauma  
  • I have 15 years of working with the community. Now I have my own practice.
    I specialise in Abuse - Anxiety - Depression - Grief and loss - Relationship issues  
  • Relational psychotherapy for adults, adolescents and children. Individuals and groups.
    I specialise in Abuse - Asperger’s syndrome  
  • Owner / Counsellor - Life's Innasolutions
    I specialise in Anger management - Career - Borderline personality disorder - Relationship issues - Family issues  

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Play Therapy

Play therapy is a form of counseling or psychotherapy that uses play to communicate with and help people, especially children, to prevent or resolve. Play therapy can help address stress, trauma, or behavioral issues. This therapy has been proven effective at treating the concerns of both children and adults. Play therapy is to children what counseling is to adults.

Play therapy utilizes play, children's natural medium of expression, to help them express their feelings. It's a technique whereby the child's natural means of expression, namely play, is used as a therapeutic method to assist him/her in coping with emotional issues. In a play therapy session, the child is encouraged to reveal feelings and conflicts in play, rather than in verbalisation, which may be too difficult for them.

Play Therapy