Play Therapy FAQ
What is play therapy?
How is play therapy different than regular therapy?
How do I know if play therapy is right for my child?
Is my child too young/old to attend play therapy?
How does play therapy work? Isn’t my child just playing with toys, games, etc.?
I play with my child all the time. What makes play therapy with a counselor different than how we play at home?
How can play benefit my child?
Will play therapy benefit me as a parent?
What toys and tools are used for play therapy? Can my child bring their own toys?
What happens during play therapy sessions?
Can I attend my child’s play therapy sessions?
What role should I play in my child’s therapy?
How should I talk to my child about going to therapy?
How many sessions does my child need? How long will it take to see improvements?
How do I know if it’s working?
How much does it cost? Do you accept my insurance?
What is the difference between a Registered Play Therapist and an Associate or Student?
Will you tell me what happens during my child’s sessions?