Seattle Play Therapy, PLLC
“The most underestimated human need, is to be noticed – to feel recognized, heard, and acknowledged.
Seattle Play Therapy provides therapeutic services for children and teens ages 2-20 that are experiencing social, emotional and behavioral issues. Some children may be experiencing a stressful life transition such as a move, adoption, or a loss. Others may be distressed without a known stressor. If you notice your child is acting differently or appears withdrawn; seeking parenting support or child therapy may help.
At Seattle Play Therapy, we create a space for children and adolescents and their caregivers to feel heard. We believe that when we listen to children and families and provide the space to develop their voice and discover their strengths, they are free to be the best version of themselves.
Seattle Play Therapy welcomes families of all abilities, ages, gender identity, immigration status, race, religion, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status.
“I am pleased to know Rosie Newman. She is the kind of child therapist that I would recommend to my own family members. She is heartfelt, skilled in her work with children, and a highly respected member of the play therapy professional community. I recommend her therapeutic work to children and families.”
– David A. Crenshaw, Ph.D. ABPP, RPT-S
Clinical Director, Children’s Home of Poughkeepsie
Faculty Associate, Johns Hopkins University,
Author of several child therapy and play therapy books, including:
Play Therapy: A Comprehensive Guide to Theory and Practice