Is Your Child or Adolescent:

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?Anxious?
Depressed?
Isolating?
Self-Harming?

PLAY THERAPY CAN HELP!

Play therapy can help a child or teen 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

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Play Therapist Kim Feeney empowering kids through play!

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

Learn more about our team of therapists.


WEBINAR for PARENTS and CAREGIVERS: LEARN HOW to SUPPORT YOUR CHILD THROUGH ANGER, SADNESS, and WORRY

Every Third Thursday of the Month 6:00-7:30pm

Does your child have strong emotions they struggle to control? Tantrums, excessive crying, yelling, slamming doors, kicking, hitting. Does this sound familiar?

Do you wonder the best way to help them, but are still unsure? Are you feeling frustrated, overwhelmed, embarrassed? Have you tried everything and nothing works?

Join us Thursday, December 17 6:00-7:30pm to and I’ll teach you how to help your child cope with big emotions so that you can better enjoy your time together.



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.

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


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

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