Therapist Sahler works with children and adolescents. She looks meet the unique needs of children and teens where ever they may be, personally or developmentally, through an integrated approach that includes neuroscience, attachment, and play.
She offers play therapy specifically with children because play is the language a child uses to express feelings and experiences. Neuroscientific studies prove that meeting a child where they are developmentally is essential for vital growth.
Sahler collaborates with parents to offer developmental insights and understanding of their child or adolescent as well as how to practically engage with their child. She uses resources like “The Whole Brain Child” and “Brainstorm” as references for parents and incorporates approaches from these resources in sessions with parents. These approaches help bridge the gap between children and adults in order to better connect and flourish.