Home Play Therapy

Play Therapy

ChildrenTeamworkStrange as it may sound, children with autism need help learning to play. And play can also serve as a tool for building speech, communication, and social skills. Play therapists may have training in particular therapeutic techniques such as Floortime or The Play Project - or they may incorporate play therapy into speech, occupational or physical therapy.

Some of the most popular thrapies in this area are:

  • Art Therapy
  • Dance/Movement Therapy
  • Drama Therapy
  • The Floortime Center
  • Integrated Play Groups Model
  • Integrative Educational Care
  • Music Therapy

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