How can Child Centred Play Therapy work?
In Play Therapy, children aged 3-15 spend one hour a week with a dedicated Play Therapist helping the child to show their feelings through symbolic play with a range of toys, books or sensory art materials, when words are sometimes difficult.
Parents or any adults with legal guardianship for children in their care can make initial appointments to assess and discuss the needs of the children they may refer for Play Therapy. The service could support any child who may have had difficult experiences due to complex social issues, parental separation or a bereavement.
Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, we have temporarily ceased offering face to face play therapy to children.
However, if parents or guardians think that a child they are concerned about may benefit from one to one video sessions, video play therapy sessions can be arranged.
To enquire about virtual play therapy sessions with Rebecca Black,
call : 01786 451 532 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Play therapy is known to positively impact the cognitive, sensory, motor and psycho-social development of children; and parents who learn how to be more playfully attuned during every day interactions with their children, can further support this development.
Play Therapy Fees
Our hourly fee rate for play therapy sessions is £70 per hour, starting with an an hour long initial assessment with the consenting adult who wishes to refer a child for play therapy.
Review Meetings take place after every 4th session of play therapy with the consenting adult(s) involved in the care of the child. A short term block of sessions may involved an initial meeting with a parent, followed by 4 weekly sessions, a mid therapy review and another 4 sessions with an end of therapy meeting to review any changes that have occurred in the child’s way of coping.
If an educational or social work service report is required, the fee for this will be based on two hours of preparation time, which would cost an additional £140 to complete.
To secure an initial appointment on Mondays, call 01786 451 532 or alternatively to request a call back, email: email@example.com
During Play Therapy sessions, parents or carers can either join-in with the session, observe, or wait in our main office depending on the child’s support needs and the contract that has been agreed at the initial play therapy assessment.