Play Therapy and Group Interaction provides a way for young children to express their experiences and feelings through a natural, self-guided, self-healing process. Our team intentionally creates a safe environment for children to interact with each other in such a way that the therapeutic benefits of play are activated. Children are observed playing with toys (blocks, kitchen sets, dolls, cars, etc.) to determine the cause of the undesirable behavior.
Promotes intentional positive peer interaction through free choice play and facilitated play
- Intentional Social Emotional skill practice
- Positive peer communication (i.e. getting a peer’s attention, asking to play, being flexible during a game, sharing feelings with peers)
- Gathering data on sensory needs during peer interaction
- Gathering data on triggers that lead to behavioral concerns
This page was last updated on March 5, 2021