Liza Dey, MA, RPsy, RPT

Educational Background:

  • MA Counseling Psychology—Ateneo de Manila University
  • BS Psychology & AB Guidance and Counseling—St. Scholastica’s College, Manila

Specialized Training and Certification:

  • Certified Specialist in Clinical Psychology, Psychological Association of the Philippines
  • Registered Play Therapist, Association for Play Therapy (United States of America)

Cases Handled:

  • Child and Adolescent concerns, Trauma/Abuse, Social and emotional support for children with neurodevelopmental challenges

Services Provided:

  • Play Therapy
  • Jungian Sandplay Therapy 
  • Parent Coaching
  • AutPlay®


Ms. Liza Dey specializes in psychotherapy for children and adolescents, who are struggling behaviorally and emotionally and may have experienced perplexing life experiences (i.e., difficult family transitions, adjustment, and trauma) or are trying to manage developmental challenges (i.e., ADHD and autism). Concomitantly, she had conducted counseling to parents and promoted child and family wellness through seminars or lectures given to parents in schools, offices, social workers, and law enforcement personnel, to name a few.

She obtained her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the Ateneo de Manila University; and holds a professional license and a certification as a Clinical Psychologist. She is also a registered play therapist (RPT) with the Association for Play Therapy (APT) in the United States of America. She’s received additional training in AutPlay® a special play therapy process with children having neurodevelopmental challenges. She has finished her training hours in Jungian Sandplay Therapy with the International Society for Sandplay Therapy (Switzerland).

She likewise has involved herself in a number of in-depth clinical researches on children and their families in especially difficult circumstances. She co-authored research on psycho-social rehabilitation of victims of natural disasters, domestic violence, poverty as well as on the play therapy practice in the Philippines published both locally and internationally. Individually, she authored an article in the Philippine Journal of Psychology on the Cognitive Processes of Sexually Abused Girls.

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