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Children and young people

Children and young people

Walking or playing

‘A weekly walk or guidance with play. In this way there is real contact with the young person or the child.’

Therapy for children and young people requires a different approach than for adults. That’s exactly why I’ve been using play therapy for over a decade. And with success. While playing they start to tell and there is room for their story. In the game, encounter takes place. This creates trust and space to work on the problems. For children and young people, therapy is sometimes also used with the parents and, if desired, with the school. 15 years of experience in education and as a mediator between student, parents and school comes in handy.

Play therapy

Play therapy is wonderful to be able to do with children and young people. So much can happen by playing. Simon offers therapy to children and young people from the age of seven through visual work with Playmobil dolls and Playmobil animals, thinking and strategic games, walking and sports.

Selah Counseling

Psychosocial therapy

The Netherlands

Help for men

Do you find it hard to ask for help? I am a man just like you, so I get that.

Relationship therapy, re-connecting

Are you disappointed in your relationship? Do you question the health of your relationship?

Stress

Are you under much pressure at work? Is the home situation tense? Do you have trouble sleeping?

Walks help

‘Not only talking, but getting into nature to relax your mind.’

Childhood Trauma

Has your child been through a traumatic situation?

Burnout

Are you noticing that you are completely exhausted? Are you worrying a lot? Do you take much work home?

Illness and loss

Do you have chronic disease which limits your functioning? Are you mourning the loss of a close one?

Dolls and therapy

Are you a visual thinker? Do you find it difficult to express yourself in words?

The gifted

For many years I have been coaching children and young people that are particularly gifted.