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One to One
  Play Sessions 


The in-home play-based session aims to help each child develop the foundations needed for connecting with others. We begin by building a trusting relationship guided by the child's interests and individual profile and creating a comfort zone where a back-and-forth flow can occur. Building a relationship in an environment where a child feels safe, made to feel accepted, understood, and respected is most productive for learning and growing. As the flow of engagement begins through co-regulation, shared joy, and connection, opportunities are created to experience shared problem-solving, explore emotions, and expand the imagination.


Sessions include videotaping, upon approval, to create an individual profile, reflect, identify goals, and document progress. Additional support may include weekly Zoom sessions and emails with parents for parent training. 

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(Aha Connections is a private pay practice. We do not accept insurance.)


"We used Jen's services many years ago when our daughter was young.

Jen was great with her, and our daughter always had a good time during the sessions." - A.S.

Bring a Friend Play Dyads

Is your child In need of increasing self-confidence in social situations?

Is your child having a difficult time reading social cues and navigating social situations?

Does your child need positive social experiences connecting with peers? 


How about letting them practice during a structured facilitated playdate?

During a Bring a Friend Play Dyad your child can bring a friend to play with while they practice ...


  • Maintaining a calm state of regulation to sustain social engagement

  • Social-emotional connection 

  • Engaging in play, sharing play Ideas, and collaborative play with peers

  • Complex social problem-solving

  • Expanding pretend play from simple to more complex 

Request Rates and Application

(Aha Connections is a private pay practice. We do not accept insurance.)

"Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning"

- Mr. Rogers

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