Confidentiality in the Playroom
Parents and therapist will have a parent consultation every six weeks to touch base with where their child is at in their therapy journey. The success of play therapy is built on a trusting relationship between the therapist and your child so that they feel safe to explore, process and work through what is affecting them. This means that the therapist will not disclose exactly what happens during the child’s sessions. Instead, the focus will be on what your child is working on in their therapy (for example grief and loss) and provide you with information which will be useful in your parenting journey based on their time interacting in the therapy room. This allows me to support both you and your child on the road to healing without breaching trust.