Play is not merely a pass time for children, it is not just a language or their work; play is in fact exploration in life. It is about discovery, engagement, and curiosity. Sometimes play is messy, it can be hard, frustrating even. To play is to discover or create and it sometimes requires resilience and sticktoitiveness. It can also be fun, bring lots of laughter, joy, and excitement; and the making of memories to look back on even if it was at times hard. Play is ultimately connection and growth in action.

PlayWorx Australia endeavours to support families and parents in rediscovering the power of play to ultimately transform their journey, of parenthood, to one of deep connection and incredible growth.

How can we help?

You may simply be needing some guidance in navigating sleep issues or toilet training. Or perhaps you are after support with aggression, childhood anxiety, or meltdowns. Further still, you may be looking for support and guidance in fostering a deeper and more harmonious relationship with your child. Through one-on-one parenting sessions, child-parent relationship therapy, or play therapy, PlayWorx Australia can offer you the support you are looking for. 

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