Playrapy is a play therapy program for children, adolescents, adults, and families to understand and improve relational skills, communication skills and self-regulation skills. Each session enables students to express themselves through verbal, visual, auditory and physical activities.

The primary goal of play therapy is to support students to evolve their own emotions, beliefs, mindsets, attitudes, behaviors and habits naturally and consciously so they can achieve a more satisfied inner-life, home-life, school-life and social-life.

Play therapy is an organic, non-directive approach to unlearning and relearning so that self-awareness and self-efficacy are naturally achieved. In the program, students reach a remarkable level of confidence, motivation, positivity, meaning and purpose.

Read more @ American Journal of Play: Play Therapy and Play Therapy Makes a Difference.

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Words from our clients:

"Through playing, he learned how to be careful, focused and innovative. We now see him applying the same skills when he is working, practicing his writing and reading. He enjoys learning as much as playing, if not even more."

"The understanding of children is unparalleled. The calmness of the environment truly gives emotional, social and intellectual benefits."

"She is able to express her feelings well and frequently. She is happy, confident and loving, with lots of empathy for other people."

"Since attending, he has become more confident and outgoing; he can follow simple instructions and plays constructively with other children."

"The play based method has provided our son with his own sense of self-esteem, confidence and thoughtfulness towards other children."

"She has noticeably grown in several key areas: Her language skills and vocabulary are strong. We often wonder where she learns all the words she is capable of saying. I would consider her quite advanced in comparison to some other children I have been around."

“In my personal experience, friends, teachers and pediatricians have been amazed with my children's ability to describe their emotions and their understanding of the big picture." 

"I have noticed my son is very comfortable and is willing to take initiatives and explore to try new things. The environment has helped him to become more vocal and confident about expressing his preferences and to learn to empathize and care for his friends and family. There has been a remarkable progress in his intellectual development, too."