Play Therapy (PT) is a proven therapeutic modality that allows children to grow, learn, heal, and thrive. PT to children is what talk therapy is to adults. Play is a natural means of communication for children. During play therapy, a child uses play to re-enact difficult experiences and symbolically express unconscious thoughts, experiences, and emotions. PT can be used to help a child deal with a variety of issues like adoption, aggressive behavior, chronic illness, anxiety, grief, or depression. Play Therapy can include movement play, sand play, social play, creative play, vocal play, or story telling. PT is suitable for children above the age of 3 years.