Group Play Therapy

Group play therapy involves working with a small group of children who have a specific need, for example “improving social skills”. The therapist facilitates the group and will discuss feelings and thoughts that come up during the children’s interactions. This group will last for approximately 6 weeks.

Group Play Therapy can help children with the following issues:

  • Social skills
  • Friendships
  • Grief and loss
  • Transitions

The outcomes of the group therapy can include:

  • Forming and improving relationships
  • Helping children to improve their social skills
  • Assisting children to explore grief and loss alongside their peers
  • Helping children to explore their feelings in relation to change

Educational Services

St Margaret’s Educational Services assists schools and elarly Years Establishments inunderstanding the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACSs).

Contact Us

You can contact us by phone, writing to us or using the form below to send us a message.

26 Newton Place,
Glasgow, G3 7PY. 

0141 332 8371

As required by law and in line with The Duty Of Candour Procedure (Scotland) Regulations 2018, St Margaret’s Children and family Care Society operates a duty of candour policy.