Lynn Louise Wonders, LPC, RPT-S, CPCS
Licensed Professional CounselorReady for change? Let's Get Started
2862 Johnson Ferry Rd. , Marietta, Georgia 30062
I have been working with young children (ages 2-11) very closely since 2003. I am the Early Childhood Expert for a very well known private child development care provider company and I've been providing play therapy services and training for other therapists in play therapy for many years. Play therapy allows me to see and understand what is happening for young children in their lives, minds and hearts. Through play therapy, young children are able to "work through" what is bothering them in the presence of my unconditional acceptance and delighted reflections of their expressions and experiences in the play room. I work closely with parents of young children as a part of the process.
Daniel Gopin, LAPC
Licensed Associate Professional CounselorReady for change? Let's Get Started
1640 Powers Ferry Rd, Building 16, Marietta, Georgia 30067
I try to create a space which is welcoming and kid-friendly. Children communicate best through play and it's through play therapy that children's emotions are fully expressed. Whether parents are going through a divorce or a child is simply having difficulty relating to friends in school, the therapeutic setting is helpful for giving kids the tools that they need to feel good about themselves and to succeed in life.
Renee Willis, NCC, LPC, RPT, CAMS
Holy Spirit led PsychotherapistReady for change? Let's Get Started
Is your child "out of control" and will not listen to anything you say? Or maybe your child has "ants in their pants" and cannot sit still or focus? I can help! Children are my passion. They are our tomorrow so I will invest in them today. Children have a lot to say, but most adults don't speak "kid language." I do! When I work with a child, I want them to know they are "seen and heard." That makes all the difference. Through play therapy, a child feels safe enough to "act out" emotions, past/current traumas, and struggles through the toys they choose and in themes of play. Once a child works through their play, symptoms often times subside.