We Provide therapy Services in Millner
Helping You Get Ahead
At Stepping Stones in Life Therapy Service, we provide a range of therapy services to help our clients achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. Our services include:
Our therapists work with children, adults and families to help them progress towards their desired outcomes. We have created a safe, supportive and welcoming environment, where our clients can feel comfortable exploring their emotions with a therapist. To learn more about our therapy services in Millner, get in touch on (08) 8985 6067.
Help When You Need It Most
From Bagot Road to Carrington Street, we are committed to helping Millner residents overcome the challenges in their life. We provide a range of therapy services that provide our clients with the tools they need to cope with mental health issues, developmental delays and communication issues, as well as learn the necessary skills to live independently.
At Stepping Stones in Life Therapy Service, we believe the best results will come when the entire family is involved in the learning process. That’s why we take a family-centred approach, ensuring parents understand the developmental level of their child.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Speech and language therapy can help in many ways. It can help with articulation, which is the ability to make clear speech sounds. It can also help with receptive language, which is the ability to understand what others are saying. Lastly, it can help with expressive language, which is the ability to communicate one’s own thoughts and ideas.
Psychotherapy is a form of psychological treatment that aims to help a person change their behaviour, thoughts and emotions. It can be used to treat a wide range of mental health conditions, such as anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Expressive arts psychotherapy can be beneficial for people of all ages. It can be used to treat a wide range of mental health conditions, such as anxiety, depression and PTSD. It can also be used to help people who are struggling to cope with a life-changing event, such as bereavement or divorce.
Aquatic therapy is a form of therapy that uses water to help people with their physical and emotional well-being. It can involve activities such as swimming, floating or hydrotherapy. Aquatic therapy has been shown to be beneficial for people of all ages, including children, adults and the elderly.