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Play and Creative Therapies CIC

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Vision

Our vision is a world where all children can be happy, confident and valued for who they are whatever their circumstances or experiences.

Mission

Ubuntu creates permissive, boundaried spaces for children through play therapy. We create an environment where children have the space, time and freedom to express themselves and feel valued for who they are.
 
This growth is enhanced by our support for the caregivers. Supporting them to become more attuned to the child, and themselves.

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Values

Non - Judgemental

Creative

Hopeful

Inclusive to all

Child first

Professional

Person Centered

Who can we support?

Play Therapy is appropriate for children aged from 4 to 12 years of age as it allows them to use play and creative ways to communicate their difficulties rather than just talking.  

It can support children through a range of difficulties such as;

 

  • Excessive emotions (anger, fear, sadness, worry, grief)

  • Low self-esteem

  • Abuse and neglect

  • Separation anxiety

  • Foster, adoption and identify issues

  • Family breakdown

  • Aggression and acting out behaviours


Please contact us to enquire further on how we can provide support.

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What we do

Ubuntu Play and Creative Therapies CIC are a non-profit organisation who offer play therapy for children.  We provide children and their families with a safe and creative space in therapy. Our service is child-centred,  which means we trust in children's ability to lead their own healing process.

 

The play therapists at Ubuntu are committed to providing a therapeutic environment that enables the child to build their confidence and self-esteem, leading to improved emotional health, wellbeing, and resilience. 

We are a non-profit organisation which means all profits will go towards subsidised play therapy sessions 

Ubuntu are supported by:
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