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Play and Grow Counseling, LLC
Play Therapy

Play Therapy is an empirically proven approach to help children engage in positive self-expression. For children ages 2-12, play therapy can help children learn to change behaviors, develop problem-solving skills, and improve relationships with others.

Adolescent Counseling

Many adolescents benefit from speaking with a therapist as they learn to navigate through the many challenges of life. For adolescents/young adults ages 13-21, services mold to the needs of each individual to learn to overcome obstacles, improve self-confidence, and establish a sense of purpose. 

Family Therapy

Family is often associated with love and care. But challenges arise that may disrupt this dynamic. Family Therapy offers an opportunity for families to improve communication, expand interpersonal relationships, and harvest positive attachments.

Parent Support

Parenting is hard--especially when you have a child with emotional needs. Parent support provides an outlet for you, as a parent, to process your experiences and gain skills to manage your child's behaviors better. Child-Parent Relationship Training will strengthen your relationship with your child, increase their self-confidence, and improve overall relationship dynamics.

Therapy Sessions
Vision, Mission, & Core Values

Play & Grow's Vision, Mission, and Core Values help to guide us as we serve your child, support your family, and seek to grow our impact across the community.


Every child, adolescent, and family can reach their fullest potential in growth.


To create an atmosphere that fosters growth and happiness through expressive arts.

Core Values

  • It takes a village

  • Find the joy in the hustle

  • Dignity & Respect

  • Accept no limits

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Emergency Resources

If you need help immediately, please contact one of the following:

National Crisis Hotline: 1.800.273.8255

Crisis Services of North Alabama: 1.800.691.8426


National Youth Crisis Hotline: 1.800.442.4673 

I'm convinced that when we help our children find healthy ways of dealing with their feelings, ways that don't hurt them or anyone else, we're helping to make our world a safer, better place.

-Fred Rogers

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