Consistency Over The Summer

Consistency Over The Summer

School is out for the summer, but that does not mean routines need to be out, too! Routines can be hard to keep over this unstructured period of the year, but we are here to help! Visual schedules, sticker boards, and using “first, then” can help keep your routines in place and create consistency over […]

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Where Do You Want To Go?

Where Do You Want To Go?

Summer is here! While it’s a great time to get outside and enjoy play time – it is also a great time to practice language skills with your child! WH Questions (who, what, when, where, why, – and how) are foundational skills that allow your child to ask about the world around them, and to […]

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Happy Memorial Day!

Happy Memorial Day!

Project Play Therapy hopes you and your family are staying well, and enjoying celebrating Memorial Day. We hope you take a moment to say a special thank you to the men and women of the armed services who work to keep us all safe every day. If you are looking for a special way to […]

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Hello Summer!

Hello Summer!

It’s the end of school year time here at Project Play Therapy. What a wild ride! We are celebrating this week as most of the 50+ schools PPT serves, across the greater Nashville area, finish out their year. As summer quickly approaches – we want everyone to remember to continue building skills over the summer. […]

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Making the Most of Extended Time at Home

Making the Most of Extended Time at Home

Whether you are setting up a new space for school work, teletherapy, or just a dedicated play space in your home, working on the motivation to keep your kids (and yourself going), or craving new resources and activities – Project Play Therapy’s ABA Team has some great tips for making the most of extended time […]

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Help in Times of Crisis

Help in Times of Crisis

Does the word pandemic kick up any anxiety in you? Please know that children may also have anxiety, especially when grown ups start to react around them. Here are a few tips to help with mental stability in your home during this time: Understand the Virus There are many free websites that strictly share the […]

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Tips for Teaching Waiting

Tips for Teaching Waiting

It is hard to remember how difficult it is to wait for something we really want, even as an adult! We often forget that waiting is a behavior all humans have to learn before they are successful. Teaching your child how to wait can be daunting, but here are some tricks and tips to help […]

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