Information for Schools:

Play Therapy in a school setting requires a consistent private space where the child can have Play Therapy sessions at the same time and on the same day each week.

I work closely with schools, adhering to school policies and procedures. 

Good communication and regular reviews with parents and school staff are essential to both support a child and to identify any difficulties they may have.

The British Association of Play Therapists (2004) highlights the following benefits of Play Therapy interventions in a school setting:

            “Play Therapy in schools can also:

  1. Help children to build healthier relationships with teaching staff and peers;

  2. Reduce emotional, behavioural and social obstacles to learning;

  3. Improve adaptation in the classroom;

  4. Enhance communication skills and emotional literacy;

  5. Address the needs of at-risk children;

  6. Support and advise teaching staff.”

 

British Association of Play Therapists (2004).

Accredited by the British Association of Play Therapists (BAPT)

Insured by: Howden Insurance

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Address:

Play Therapy with Karen Hammond,

Play Therapy, Unit 2,

The White House,

Salhouse Road,

Norwich,

Norfolk, 

NR13 6LB

Therapy rooms also hired include:

Play Therapy with Karen Hammond,

Complementary Health Care Clinic,

34 Exchange Street,

Norwich,

Norfolk,

NR2 1AX

Play Therapy with Karen Hammond,

The Village Orchard East CIC,

50 Unthank Road,

Norwich,

Norfolk,

NR2 2RF