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Joyful Play Healing

In today's society, children also have to overcome many difficulties and challenges. They have to learn to adapt at every stage of their development. If they are unable to adapt, they may easily fall into emotional difficulties. Children do not know how to express their difficulties in words, and parents often perceive that their children become easily irritated, disobedient, play video games, or even are reluctant to go to school. Parents are distressed by their child's situation but lack the knowledge to deal with it.

We are launching a new service, the
"Joyful Play Healing -  Play Therapy", to help children adapt to pressure and challenges, enhance resilience and thrive.

Enquiry & Registration:
2301 2303 / 6223 6537 (WhatsApp)
  • $2,000/4 sessions

Target Group

  • Hong Kong Identity Card holders
  • Age: 4-8 years old
  • 3 languages: Cantonese, Putonghua


Service Hour

  • Every Wednesday & Thursday 10:00-10:50 & 11:10-12:00 a.m.
  • Counsellor (Completed Play Therapy Programme)


What is play therapy?
  • This is not just a game; it is a non-directive way for children to talk about what is on their mind. Just as adults use words to talk, children use games and toys to express their inner world. Therefore, play therapy for children is the same as counselling for adults.
Is play therapy useful for children?
  • Play therapy has been successfully implemented in foreign countries for decades, and research has demonstrated its efficacy in addressing a range of emotional and behavioural challenges in children. From our practical experience, we have observed that children have improved in many aspects, including self-confidence and self-control, and that they are also happier.
Target of play therapy
  • Allow children to express their thoughts, needs and feelings through play.
  • Help children develop a more positive self-concept, self-acceptance, self-esteem, self-worth and self-confidence.

  • Help children to develop better self-direction, self-reliance, self-responsibility and self-control.

  • Help children learn to identify and express feelings.

  • Help children to establish and develop an internal evaluation system and to have more trust on themselves.

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