What to expect  
 
Parent/Carer requesting play therapy for the child 
 
After initial contact you can expect us to meet for a consultation lasting approximately 60 minutes. At this meeting it gives you the opportunity to meet with me and to talk about your concerns for your child. I will take some background information so I can begin to build an overall view of your child’s life. 
 
It is important for me to share with you how I work as a play therapist and to give you an idea of what to expect. Please feel free to look at the tab What is Play Therapy or request an information pack via email.  
 
If we go ahead with offering the child play therapy sessions a contract and parental consent form will be signed after going over the details of the service being offered.  Please feel free to look at the links Play Therapy or request an information pack via email. 

School or organisation requesting play therapy or group work 
 
After initial contact we can arrange a suitable time for a meeting to discuss the service you are interested in. This gives you the chance to ask any questions you have and for me to give you a clear overall understanding about play therapy, the assessments taken, contracting and what is needed to run the sessions, i.e. a room that will be confidential.  
Kindly note, only children with an SDQ (Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire) score of 17 and under will be accepted for group work. If scores are any higher, individual play therapy maybe suggested. Please feel free to look at the links Play Therapy and Group Play Therapy or request an information pack via email.