Our Brooklyn Park Child Therapists believe that play therapy can play a pivotal role in confronting problems and negative emotions in a clinical setting. Brooklyn Park Child Therapists and Play Therapists are uniquely trained to assess and understand the contents of children's play. Play therapists use their understanding of play to increase childre's coping skills. In the playroom, under the guidance of a trained play therapist, children can safely discuss their problems in a protected play environment. Children learn to confine, define, and master their problems.
You want the best for your child. As a parent, you want to protect them from the “real” world as long as you can. If your child opens up to you, you try to be there and offer them a safe haven. You try to give them everything they need. Yet, your child may be struggling and sometimes you're not even sure how to be helpful. If any of this sounds familiar, you've come to the right place. You don't have to keep living like this. It's time to get some support and start moving toward your mental health goals with our Play Therapists.
In the meantime, if you are a parent discerning this question, it should be reassuring to know that sometimes, just the act of seeking out help results in improvement even before any interventions occur. Taking the first step to reaching out might be the hardest, yet most critical step.
Children confronting problems and negative emotions in a clinical setting allows them to change the way they think and feel, which leads to discovering solutions. Play therapists are uniquely trained to assess and understand the contents of children's play. Play therapists use their understanding of the play to increase children's coping skills. In the playroom, under the guidance of a trained play therapist, children can safely discuss their problems in a protected play environment. Children learn to confine, define, and master their problems.
Children's problems sometimes emerge as a signal that the family is in crisis and other times the child's issues become a disruption to the family system. Yes, parents are a vital part of the therapeutic process. Families are an important part of the child's healing processes. Parents meet with the therapist on a regular basis. When meeting with parents the therapist discusses a plan for therapy, identifies areas for resolution, progress in treatment as well as provides support for parents. Healing increases when the children and the family work together.
If you or someone you love is suffering from psychiatric disorders, there is hope. Life with a mental disorder does not have to be a daily struggle. Discover the world of difference treatment can make for you as well as your loved ones.
Brooklyn Park is a suburban city on the west bank of the Mississippi River, upstream from (north of) downtown Minneapolis in northern Hennepin County. It is the sixth-largest city in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Its population was 86,478 at the 2020 census. The city still has undeveloped land and farms, including the historic Eidem Homestead, a 1900s working farm that is a popular tourist attraction for families and school field trips. Brooklyn Park is listed as a "Tree City USA" and is home to 47 miles of trails and 67 parks, including Rush Creek Regional Trail and the northern section of Palmer Lake Park.