Play Therapy is used to help individuals communicate their thoughts and emotions by utilizing toys, games, blocks, sand tray, dolls/puppets, and other interactive tools. Play Therapy is an interactive tool that allows individuals to verbalize their problems and find solutions to their challenges. 

Art Therapy is a form of therapy that helps individuals creatively communicate, express, explore their challenges while reducing stress. Art Therapy uses tools such as drawing, coloring, painting, sculpting and other crafts.

Both Play and Art Therapy allow individuals to find ways to identify their inner world through expressive play and art techniques. Play/Art Therapy also teaches individuals positive ways to cope with their challenges and stress.

Play/Art Therapy can be a useful form of counseling for:

Play/Art Therapists:

Jennifer Budruweit, MA, LCPC, GC-C
Trisha Johnson, MSW, LCSW
Michelle Kukich, MA, LCPC
Jennifer Klemm, MS, LPC

If you are interested in learning more about our play/art therapy services, please call us at 847.220.6981 or contact us online.