Play Therapy generally involves a psychotherapist and a child or families with children, but at times can be appropriate for teens and adults, as well. In Play Therapy, children are able to express themselves during play. Talk therapy is more difficult for children than it is for adults due to shorter attention span and not having as much experience using their words as a primary form of communication. Children express their emotions, resolve conflicts, solve problems, deal with unresolved issues, and improve their communication more naturally through play. Play Therapy medium includes using dolls, dollhouses, stuffed animals, role playing, a sand tray with figurines, drawing, and games.