Play therapy is a commonly used psychotherapy for treating children under the age of 12 with a psychological disorder. Play therapy is a fun interaction between the psychologist and the child which allows the child to re-enter childhood in a time where the issues they face can be very demanding. This therapy also allows the psychologist to assess how well the children are coping with their psychological illness.
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