Transforming Children Through Play Therapy

The mission of Butterfly Beginnings Counseling is to provide therapeutic services for children and adolescents, utilizing a strengths play based approach. We aim to empower the individual and support interpersonal connections.

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Play Therapist Kim Feeney empowering kids through play!

Is your child:
Defiant?
Disobedient?
Angry?
Verbally or Physically Aggressive?
Throwing Temper Tantrums?
Hyperactive?
Impulsive?
Unable to Concentrate?
Disruptive at School?
Worried?
Fearful?
Extremely Sad?
Suffering from Low Self-Esteem?
Having Problems Making Friends

PLAY THERAPY CAN HELP!

Play therapy can be beneficial to a child who is experiencing:
Anger
Anxiety
ADHD
Autism
Divorce
Attachment Disorder
Abuse
Death
Abandonment
Blended Families
Self-Esteem
Body Image
Potty-Training
Difficulty Adjusting to Relocating
Starting School
Birth of a Sibling

My vision is to strengthen and support children and families coping with strong emotions.

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Contact us today and move toward a stronger, more connected family. 

Kim Feeney Play Therapist Verified by Psychology Today

Kim Feeney

Kim Feeney, LISW, RPT-S verified by GoodTherapy.org

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