Finding Balance Occupational Therapy and Play Therapy is located within
Chelsea Village, Suite 2/145 Stirling Highway, Nedlands. WA 6009
Chelsea Village has a significant historical, aesthetic, and social vibrant charm, that is significant to the Nedlands precinct.
Chelsea Village is a commercial shopping complex located on the Northern side of Stirling Highway. The village internally looks onto its own well-maintained piazza, with a northern outlook to a spacious carpark.
• Parking is free with no time restrictions.
Finding Balance is located on the ground floor, adjacent to the Robinson Street entrance. Entrance to the clinic is from the northern carpark.
Chelsea Village is home to a number of professional suites, offices and retail.
There are a number of smaller independent supermarkets located within a 1 to 2 minutes’ drive.
Finding Balance is located behind the well-loved Elixir Coffee.
The Finding Balance Occupational Therapy and Play Therapy Practice is situated in the well-appointed retail, and business complex known as Chelsea Village. The Practice provides ample parking and is easily accessible from the ground floor.
The Finding Balance Practice is comprised of two spacious, warmly lit therapy rooms with an amply sized relaxing reception area. Water and fruit are complementary. A large range of reading material are available for parents. Toys and books are also provided for waiting siblings. Secure, well maintained toilet facilities are located close to the Clinic for both females and males. The key is held in reception, and available on request.
Finding Balance Occupational Therapy and Play Therapy is in the unique position of being able to offer a spacious occupational therapy treatment area and a separate thoughtfully designed play therapy room. The Occupational Therapy room boasts extensive equipment, and resources specifically chosen to address a wide range of children’s developmental and learning difficulties
Furthermore, Finding Balance Occupational Therapy and Play Therapy has a vast array of written resources, books, directive therapy and social skills games to assist in the management of both children’s and adolescents emotional, and mental health concerns commonly referred to us.
In the process of growing up, most children experience difficulty adjusting at some time. Some children may need more help than others in certain areas. Children have a hard time sitting in a big chair and talking about what bothers them. They don’t know the words to describe what they are feeling or what they are thinking, so sometimes they need to act out or show how they feel.
In play therapy we provide toys, arts and crafts for children to use, to say with toys what they have difficulty saying with words. In the play therapy experience, toys are like the child’s words and play is the child’s language.
Finding Balance Occupational Therapy and Play Therapy is extremely proud of their play room. The room conveys a sense of warmth and openness that communicates a message of respect, care and trust. The toys and materials are deliberately chosen to facilitate the children’s expression in their natural language-play.