Play Therapy

Play is to the child what talk is to the adult. It is a medium for expressing feelings, exploring relationships, describing experiences, disclosing wishes, and self-fulfillment. Children express themselves and their needs, relive their past, and connect with others through play. The use of toys enables children to transfer anxieties, fears, fantasies, and guilt to objects rather than people. In the process, children are safe from their own feelings and reactions because play enables children to distance themselves from traumatic events and experiences

Animal Assisted Therapy

Animal assisted therapy (AAT) uses trained animals to enhance an individual's physical, emotional, and social well-being; thus, improving self-esteem, reducing anxiety and facilitating healing. Dogs and horses are used specifically at Family Counselling Centres as part of the counselling process

Individual & Family Counselling

The goal is to help the client or family identify, clarify, and become proactive regarding the problems they are facing. Therapy helps focus on possibilities and empowers them to recognize the choices and resources they have at their disposal.