Play therapy is an intervention wherein the child’s natural means of expression is employed as a therapeutic tool to assist the child in coping with personal difficulties or trauma. It is a systematic use of a theoretical model to establish an interpersonal process wherein trained Play Therapists use the therapeutic powers of play to help clients prevent or resolve psychosocial difficulties and achieve optimal growth and development (Association for Play Therapy, 1997). Cases that may be handled include behavioral concerns (e.g. tantrums, restlessness, low motivation, poor attention span), anxiety, depression, aggression, relationship concerns, family issues, lack of social skills, trauma, and abuse. This can be done either in a one-to-one or group setting. Each individual session lasts for 45 minutes while group play therapy sessions last for one hour. This service is available for children and adolescents and is packaged as a six-session module consisting of intake interview, four play therapy sessions, and parent feedback.