Play therapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses play to communicate children to help prevent or resolve psychosocial challenges, and guide them towards better social integration, growth and development. The objects and patterns of play, as well as the willingness to interact with the therapist, can be used to understand the underlying rationale for behavior both inside and outside the session. Children are believed to engage in play behavior in order to work through their internal struggles and anxieties. Play is an essential component of healthy child development.

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