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Kids Compass strives to help children find their way to their fullest potential. We provide various types of therapy for children that enable them to embrace their unique qualities and BE the best versions of themselves. We do this through a range of approaches.

Occupational Therapy

OT helps children develop functional skills needed to take part in everyday activities – from playing, dressing, to making friends and participating in school activities (e.g. sitting, writing, reading etc).

Play Therapy

Play Therapy is a special form of counselling for children. In play therapy, materials and toys are used by children to communicate their thoughts and feelings through play – children’s natural form of expression. The child and play therapist build a therapeutic relationship where the child can safely express, explore and make sense of their life experiences.

Animal Assisted Therapy for Children

AAT provides therapeutic enrichment by helping children exercise relational skills, develop empathy, and provide valuable insight on how children perceive their world.

Please contact Kids Compass for a confidential chat about how we could help your child.

Occupational Therapy

OT can help your child improve functional skills needed to engage in everyday activities – from playing, dressing, to making friends and participating at school.

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Play Therapy

CCPT is a special form of counselling for children. It utilises children’s natural form of expression – Play – to work through deep underlying issues from the inside out.

As part of this we also offer AutPlay Therapy – designed for children and adolescents with neurodevelopmental disorders, such as; Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, and Intellectual Developmental Disorder.

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Animal Assisted Therapy

AAT provides therapeutic enrichment by helping children exercise relational skills, develop empathy, and provide valuable insight on how children perceive their world.

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Equine-Assisted Social Skills Group

Our Equine Assisted Social Skills group, “Knowing me, knowing you”, is aimed at building a stronger sense of ‘self’ in your child, which in turn encourages increased social confidence with others.

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