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Child Centred Play Therapy

Child Centred Play Therapy

Our approach is non-directive; rather than the clinician ‘guessing’ what therapeutic activity would be most helpful to the child, our non-directive approach means we let the child guide us, through their play and ways of interacting, to the exact source of their issue.

Animal Assisted Play Therapy

Animal Assisted Play Therapy

We are proud to offer Animal Assisted Therapy in schools and organisations across Melbourne. Therapy dogs are used to complement and enhance Group Therapy.

Group Therapy

Play Therapy Melbourne groups provide children with a supported and controlled environment in which their challenges can be worked through in real time, as they are happening. Children are placed in groups with peers of similar ages and/or with similar concerns.

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Other Services

Play Therapy Melbourne are a dedicated team of clinicians who are passionate about children’s counselling and are committed to helping your child reach their full potential. We believe that our focus should be on quality rather than quantity so we are able to ensure the highest standard of child therapy across our clinicians.

Parent Support Sessions

Parent Support Sessions

Play Therapy Melbourne clinicians can work with parents and carers to help resolve their parenting concerns and increase parenting confidence

Cognitive Assessments

If your child is struggling with learning, an education or health professional may have suggested your child get a cognitive assessment, or you may be thinking about this yourself.

Adolescent Counselling

Adolescent Counselling

A common frustration parents often report is a reluctance for their teens to engage with support. We try and make this as manageable as possible by facilitating both in-clinic and online sessions (teletherapy).

Kids Wellbeing Therapy

Teletheraphy

Play Therapy Melbourne recognises the lack of child and adolescent therapy services in many areas of Australia. We also recognise there are some people who just aren’t able to get to appointments, such as new parents and those too reluctant or fearful to engage with in-person sessions.