The types of therapy are:


Online/virtual therapeutic sessions

Online/virtual therapeutic sessions are delivered online.

Why should I choose virtual therapeutic sessions?

These are beneficial for anyone looking for emotional therapeutic support but do not require therapy as such. It may be that 1 session is sufficient or a number of short term sessions are only required. The benefit of this service is that you can be located anywhere as long as you can access the internet, you can receive the support you require. Creative mediums will be used to support the process.

Examples of who this can help?

This can benefit your child or young person in navigating those difficult emotions.

How many sessions will I need?

This is dependent on the process. It may be that one session is sufficient or a short term number of sessions are required such as 4.

Individual Play and Creative Art’s Therapy

This is 1:1, so there will be one child or young person. The most appropriate type of therapy will be considered during the referral and assessment process.

Group Play and Creative Arts Therapy.

This is when children in a group of 2 or 4 will participate in therapy. The most appropriate type of therapy for the child or young person will be addressed first. Assessments are carried out before therapy begins so the child can begin the correct therapy type.

Referrers, parents/carers and professionals will consistently be informed about the process and progress of the client. Detailed reviews are carried out and meetings with the relevant persons are arranged.

If there is a child, children or young person whom you feel would benefit from play and creative arts therapy, then please do not hesitate to get in touch and we can discuss any queries you may have. Blossom Play Therapy accepts referrals from various sources such as schools, educational settings, GP, social care, adoption support, bereavement services, trauma services to private referrals and more.

Blossom Play Therapy also offer’s parent and child workshops and workshops for children focusing on diverse range of topics linking to emotional wellbeing and mental health.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Practitioner

Cognitive behavioural therapy also known as (CBT) is a type of therapy that looks at your thoughts, feelings and behaviour. CBT also assists and helps to change some of these to manage your problems.

As a CBT practitioner (PCBT Level 1) I can incorporate techniques and relevant methods according to your presenting issue. This can be incorporated into the session using person-centered therapy alongside creative arts mediums if this is required.

Additional Services

Well-being and self-reflection exercise followed by a creative activity for adults/staff.

Blossom From Within is a three part series of mental health work shops for children/young people … read more

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have further questions or inquiries.


What People Say About Us

Play and Creative Arts therapy is a valuable therapeutic medium which has helped children to overcome various issues and difficulties.
To name a few of these are bereavement, trauma, social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. Many of these issues affected the children in terms of their learning, behaviour and their home life. Yasmin is a dedicated Play Therapy

Mrs Khan, St Oswalds Primary School in Knuzden, Blackburn, Lancashire.

I feel Play Therapy has been helpful for my son. Before he was depressed but now he is happy, he is happier in himself.
I would recommend this therapy to others. It can bring a lot of confidence in the child. I feel what we wanted has been achieved from the therapy.

Parent - Mrs, Blackburn

Play Therapy has been beneficial especially for my grandson, especially when the child has been through an ordeal. It has definitely helped him to feel better. Play Therapy helps to see what happens in a child's mind as children do not always speak about it.

Grandparent - Mr H, Blackburn

I would recommend Play Therapy to other parents. I feel A’s behaviour has changed in a better way, especially his reaction to different situations.

Parent - Mr. H, Manchester

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