Play Therapy uses the language of play to help children express what is troubling them when they cannot say their thoughts and feelings in words. Since play is fun, it makes it easier for children to confront what is bothering them. Play Therapy allows trained play therapists to assess and understand children's play and use it in assisting the child in coping with difficult emotions and in finding solutions to their problems. Play therapy has been used successfully with children experiencing a wide variety of social, emotional, and behavioral problems including post-traumatic stress (PTSD), conduct disorder, aggression, anxiety, fearfulness, depression, ADHD, impulsivity, low self concept, and social withdrawal. Play Therapy is also used with children experiencing problems due to life stressors such as divorce, death, relocation, hospitalization, chronic illness, physical/ sexual abuse, and domestic violence.