Has your child:
- Experienced physical or sexual abuse.
- Witnessed domestic violence.
- Witnessed or is a victim of a traumatic experience.
(ie: abuse, accident, animal attack, refugee experience, medical procedure, illness of a loved one)
- Experienced separation from a caregiver.
(ie: divorce, foster care placement, death)
- Struggled with toileting issues.
(involuntary or voluntary urination or excretion, bed wetting)
- Demonstrated concerns with eating.
(refusal to eat, overeating or hoarding food)
- Exhibited sleep related concerns.
(nightmares, night terrors, refusal or inability to sleep)
- Showed aggression toward others.
- Struggled with the inability to be soothed or tolerate frustration.
(tantrums or emotional outbursts lasting longer than 20 minutes)
- Showed extreme defiance toward others.
(inability or refusal to follow direction from authority or caregivers)
If you answered yes to any one of the 10 signs above your child would likely benefit from meeting with one of our play therapists. For additional information or concerns please contact our therapists.