Families are all unique and as parents you determine when your children will leave the family home to experience life outside in other learning environments. For some parents the decision is reached when either mom or dad returns to the workforce full time. For others, they may decide that their child will be leaving the home for the first time to enter a learning environment such as a daycare...Learn More
As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I have seen many couples who seek marriage counselling or couples counselling after an affair has been discovered, disclosed or uncovered. The time immediately following the discovery is often the most painful time.
The betrayed partner is trying to digest the information, make sense of it and figure out what to do. The betrayer is back pedaling,...Learn More
Having a very young child who is experiencing difficulty at school is distressing for parents as well as for the child. It can affect the whole family, including siblings. Parents bring their young child to Junior Kindergarten with tremendous feelings of optimism and rarely suspect that their child may experience difficulty learning. When a teacher calls a parent to discuss concern about...Learn More
Getting an Educational Assessment Prior to Post Secondary Education
Did you have an Educational Assessment (also known as a Psychoeducational Assessment) when you were a child? Possibly you or your parents suspected that you had some learning difficulties or a learning disability as a child but you never had an Educational Assessment when you were young.
Now is your opportunity to gain a...Learn More