Play therapy is a psychotherapeutic approach mainly used to help children ages from 3 to 12. It utilizes toys and the act of play to access a child’s innermost thoughts. As words can be a challenge, the world of play allows a child to better convey their thoughts and feelings. With the guidance of a therapist, a child can also learn adaptive behaviour and healthy solutions to manage difficult emotions. It helps them with social or emotional deficits by learning to communicate better, changing their behavior, developing problem-solving skills, and relate to others in positive ways. Play therapy can also be used by teenagers and adults. They can enhance cognitive and physical behaviors by relearning the values of play. There is a significant amount of research shows that play therapy is a valid therapeutic technique that optimizes learning, enhances relationship, and improve health and well-being of an individual.