Therapy Spaces

 

THE PROCESS

 

 

Play Rooms

The Young Child playroom typically serves clients up to 10 years of age. There is a sensory table to allow for more active play and a bigger mess. This room is designed for play and entering a child’s world on their terms

As kids get a little bigger, they might not feel comfortable in a room full of toys, but sitting on a sofa might feel wrong, too. We have a room specially designed for this in-between tween/teen age. It has gaming chairs and a relaxed atmosphere so these kids can feel at ease and comfortable where they are.

Individual/Couples Therapy Spaces

These rooms are used for individuals or couples. It is a relaxing space, and it is designed for the comfort of the client. The room, in essence, belongs to the client so the therapist does not keep papers or personal items in the room. There is a beautiful view of the park, which works to help calm the chaos the client might feel and make them feel more relaxed in their own space.

Family Therapy Spaces

Families can be small, but they can be big, too, and this room has space for the whole family. Each person can have their own space without feeling cramped or crowded so that everyone can engage in the therapeutic work. This office suite is designed for family work, not to be someone’s office.

As kids get a little bigger, they might not feel comfortable in a room full of toys, but sitting on a sofa might feel wrong, too. We have a room specially designed for this in-between tween/teen age. It has gaming chairs and a relaxed atmosphere so these kids can feel at ease and comfortable where they are.

Other Spaces in the Office

There are multiple waiting areas in the office so that the clients are able to choose where they feel most comfortable, even if that means separating throughout the office.