It goes without saying but, the world has changed. Children are now summering in a pandemic. What used to be endless days at the pool, summer camps, and sleep overs are clouded by social distancing and mask wearing. Connection and interaction seems to be all online. Ev...

March 10, 2020

As a play therapist, I get to witness firsthand the incredible benefits of play. Not only is play a form of connection between the child and caregiver, it is also an avenue to understanding personal boundaries and limitations within the surrounding environment. Play te...

April 30, 2019

Imagination is a bright and wonderful aspect of childhood. It feels like a quality that comes so naturally to children. Watching a child so completely immersed in an imaginative world and storyline often, for me, is accompanied by a sense of awe. To me, what would be a...

April 4, 2017

There is a lot of buzz around “play” right now, or rather the scarcity of play in today’s world. Parents, educators, and experts in various fields of child services are witnessing unfortunate side effects of limited playtime, and their concerns are giving this weighty...

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