Play therapy is often used to help enable children understand and communicate confused feelings and upsetting experiences, which may remain unprocessed, at their own level and at their own pace. Adults experiencing emotional and behavioural difficulties often seek talking therapies while Play Therapy acts as a non-threatening and indirect way for children to be assisted with excessive anger, fear or worry.
Therapists specialising in Play Therapy
Therapy TypeAddiction TherapyAnger ManagementArt Therapy / PsychotherapyBehavioural TherapyCognitive and Behavioural TherapiesCognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)Cognitive Therapy (CT)Collaborative Couple TherapyEclecticEmotionally FocusedFamily TherapyHolisticHumanisticInterpersonal Therapy (IPT)MindfulnessPlay TherapyPsychoanalysisPsychoanalyticPsychodynamic TherapyPsychosexual TherapySolution Focused Brief Therapy
Mick is a BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy) and FDAP (Federation of Drug and Alcohol Professionals) registered counsellor. Police checked (DBS) counsellor and counselling supervisor. His qualifications include a BA Honours degree in Counselling Psychology, a Foundation degre...
Therapy TypeAddiction TherapyAnger ManagementHumanisticPlay Therapy
I am an experienced mindfulness based psychotherapist offering brief therapy and counselling or longer term depth work. Having trained at the Karuna Institute, I have an MA in Core Process Psychotherapy, a contemplative practice drawing on Buddhist principles and western psychology theory.
Training, Qualifications & Experience MA Core Process Psychotherapy ReVision Couples in Search of Soul Cert in Couples Counselling PODS Child Sexual Abuse and a Trauma Training Mindfulness practitioner Volunteer Counsellor at The Awareness Centre Mental Health Placement at Care Co-...