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Educational Psychologist | Registered Counsellor
  •    My Child or I Exhibit any of the Following:

  • Learning Barriers

  • Struggling to Cope in the Classroom

  • Trouble in Making Friends

  • Teachers Complain of my Child's behavior

  • Other Issues Related to Learning and School

  • Depression

  • Anxiety and Phobias

  • Relationship Difficulties

  • Life Transitions

  • Difficulties with Self-Esteem

  • ·Eating Issues

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Professional/Career Issues

  • College/Graduate School Issues

  • Medical and Health Concerns

  • Pain Management 

  • Stress Management

  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Spirituality

  • Gender Identity Support

  • LGBT Counseling

  • Grief, Loss, or Bereavement

  • technology Addiction

  • Family Issues

  • Marriage Issues

  • All Other Issues

  • You Feel Better Confiding in Someone Else 


Speech Therapist

My Child may Exhibit any of the Following:​​

  • You or other people are having difficulty understanding your child

  • People think your child is younger than they are because of the way he speaks

  • Your child is being teased or showing frustration because of the way he talks

  • Your child is using fewer words than other children his age

  • Your child stutters

  • Your child’s interactions or play seems unusual or inappropriate

  • Your child is struggling with reading or writing

  • There is a diagnosis that could affect speech or language such as hearing loss, auditory processing disorder, autism spectrum disorder or developmental delay

The Benefits of Speech Therapy

  • Speech therapy can help kids learn to speak more clearly. This helps them feel more confident and less frustrated about speaking to others. Kids who have language issues can benefit socially, emotionally and academically from speech therapy.

  • For kids with reading issues such as dyslexia, speech therapy can help them hear and distinguish specific sounds in words: the word bat breaks down into b, a, and t sounds. This can improve reading comprehension skills and encourage kids to read.

  • Speech therapy is especially beneficial when kids begin early in life. In one study, 70 percent of preschool kids with language issues who went through speech therapy showed improvement in language skills.

A Child Psychologist Can Help
Child Psychologist Helps Stimulat Learning


Occupational Therapist

 My Child needs Assistance with any of the Following:

  • Over- or under-reactions to stimuli such as touch, movement, sights, sounds and other sensations

  • Erratic arousal levels and alertness

  • Poor concentration and attention to tasks

  • Slow or difficult language processing

  • Difficulty with transitions

  • Inconsistent ability to follow directions

  • Poor play and social skills

  • Awkwardness or frustration in motor activities

  • Poor balance and coordination

  • Difficulty expressing themselves

  • Decreased self-esteem

  • Difficulty with fine motor skills and school performance

  • Poor handwriting

  • Difficulty with reading or spelling

The Benefits of Occupational Therapy

  • Occupational therapy (OT) helps people who struggle with everyday tasks.

  • It’s a treatment to improve motor skills, balance, and coordination.

  • OT can help kids get better at doing basic tasks, which can improve their self-esteem


Remedial Therapist
& Teacher

   My Child may Exhibit any of the Following:

  • The aim is to bridge the gap between present learning and desired future learning. The focus is on assisting individuals who suffer from conditions that interfere with learning

  • ADD

  • ADHD

  • Difficulty with reading, writing, and spelling

  • Dyscalculia (difficulty with mathematics)

  • Poor Comprehension


Extra Lessons Tutor

   My Child or I Exhibit any of the Following:

  • Is your child having trouble meeting deadlines?

  • Does your child have questions about their homework that you don’t know how to answer?

  • Does your child consistently feel stuck in a particular subject?

  • Have you noticed a change in your child’s attitude toward school?

  • Has your family had a change in routine or schedule?

Child Psychologist - Educational Psychologist Group
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