Play therapy is a form of therapy that uses play and creative activities. It can help children process their thoughts, feelings, and experiences. It is a non-directive form of therapy that encourages children to express themselves and explore their feelings in a safe, supportive environment. Through play therapy, children are able to work through a range of issues. Therapy can help with dealing with emotions to resolving conflicts with peers. Play can also help them to develop better communication skills and learn how to express their feelings in a positive way. The therapist’s role is to provide guidance and support, while also allowing the child to explore different options. Play therapy can be used to help children through life transitions, problem-solving skills, and foster resilience.