Play is the language of children. In play therapy, children are given the opportunity to play out their feelings, experiences and problems using toys and expressive arts. All the toys in the playroom have a therapeutic purpose. Some of the toys in playrooms are a sandtray with miniatures, water or water table, medical kits, puppets, paints and other art supplies, clay and doll houses among others. Play therapy helps children to express how they feel about an event, situation or problem, understand their feelings and learn to express their feelings in new ways (Riedel-Bowers).