If you or your child is struggling to demonstrate their potential, an assessment may help to identify areas of strength and challenge so you know better where to focus supports.
All assessments include a very detailed report with all results and recommendations, all explained to you in great detail.
As well, if nutrition support is appropriate, these recommendations will be included.
If you are searching for ways to support your children with behaviour or eating, parent coaching may be of great benefit.
In my years supporting families, I have found that coaching parents on ways to change the "dance" we have with our children is much more successful in making change than simply bringing a child in for counselling.
Most children know what they should be doing but need the support from a loving caregiver to be able to shine.
Throughout the year, I offer various different psychoeducational groups to support things like feeding your family's brains and bodies and nutritional support for attention challenges.
In addition to running these courses out of my practice, I am available to come speak on such topics at your place of work or to parent groups.
As noted above, I find that parents have the most success at changing their children's behaviours when they are able to make the changes in their own homes.
If parent coaching is not enough, individual counselling with children and adolescents may be of benefit.
Nutritional counselling is also available to support all ages with mental health and physical symptoms.