This Week’s Summer Activities

This Week’s Summer Activities

Coming up with activities over the summer can be hard, but Project Play Therapy is here to help! This week we wanted to share a few ideas with you and help you create fun memories with your child, (while also working on some of their goals). Social Skills This Monday is National Best Friends Day, […]

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We Love Our Village

We Love Our Village

Late in 2019, Project Play Therapy staff began a process of brainstorming to inform updated core values for our company. Employees all had the opportunity to answer questions and list out what they thought should be the guiding principles for our company, now and in the future. Their answers, key words and phrases ended up […]

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Happy Mother’s Day from Project Play Therapy!

Happy Mother’s Day from Project Play Therapy!

Project Play Therapy loves our village – which, of course, includes our patients, but also includes all of the amazing mothers and grandmothers we get the chance to see and partner with every week! Our moms / grandmothers are special people – They are fierce advocates, patient teachers, and loving role models. They go above […]

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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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Speech and Language Games

Speech and Language Games

Your child learns best through play, and will be more motivated if you make activities play based. Playing games, reading together, completing an art project, or getting outside to do some sports as a family are simple ways to have fun with your child, while also building critical skills that link to foundational academic skills, […]

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Announcing Teletherapy

Announcing Teletherapy

While the nation reels from the effects of COVID-19, businesses, schools, homes – all of us are adjusting to the “new normal”. Many providers and small businesses have been forced to temporarily close, leading to a disruption in critical services like pediatric therapy. However, at Project Play Therapy, our “new normal” includes being able to […]

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