Gallery

Please note: This is a draft website that is being updated. It will be completed by the 10th November 2019. Thank you for your interest and your patience.


Empowering children through their play. 


These images show a range of the play therapy toolkit resources on offer.  As play therapy sessions are confidential, no clients' creations have been added to this gallery. All of the images shown have been created by the play therapist.  

'The blue lake'
'The blue lake'
Relaxing with the sand.
The doll's house
The doll's house
The dolls' house can evoke so many emotions. Some clients steer clear of it for months, while others have to tidy it every session.
'Swishing about with paint.'
'Swishing about with paint.'
Children often choose messy play like this to work through issues from their younger years.
Drums and sand game
Drums and sand game
Creating your own games is fun. It's always your choice to do what you choose to do in non-directive play therapy.
Who is this?
Who is this?
Working with clay can be relaxing and at times frustrating.
Spider!
Spider!
We needed a multi-coloured long legged spider that day!
Attack!
Attack!
Making stories in the sand helps to organise thoughts and deal with issues as it's manageable and you can see the whole picture.
Squawk! Squawk!
Squawk! Squawk!
These 2 are really noisy and get used a lot.
'Sitting on a park bench.'
'Sitting on a park bench.'
Monster!
Monster!
Arts and crafts are always available.
Raindrops
Raindrops
The Buddha Board is often used especially at the start or end of sessions. The picture doesn't last very long as it dries quickly so it's all about letting go.
Go on Snoopy!
Go on Snoopy!
Anything can happen in the sand!
Symmetry
Symmetry
Creations are kept safe by the play therapist until the end of the intervention.
'My house'
'My house'
Hello
Hello
Baby dragon popping out of his egg.
People everywhere.
People everywhere.
A busy sand tray.

Sunshine Play Therapy 2019