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Our approach to working with parents and children is developmentally appropriate and evidence-based. The challenges children face, whether at home, school, or in other environments, provide excellent opportunities for building skills and knowledge that will help them for the rest of their lives. 

Common areas of challenge could include:

  • Anxiety

  • Making friends

  • Family changes

  • Anger / Aggression

  • Relationships with siblings

  • Parent-child conflict 

  • Grief

  • Self-Esteem

  • Self-Harm

  • Trauma

  • Developmental challenges

  • Challenges with school

  • Attention / Focus 

  • Addiction 

  • Depression

  • Navigating social media

  • Sports / Competition

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Given that our approach is strength-based, the lens through which we work focuses on developing and improving skills in a variety of areas:

  • Building resilience 

  • Mindfulness

  • Developing true toughness or grit

  • Improving performance in sports or other forms of competition 

  • Finding tools to manage anxiety 

  • Shaping positive habits and routines

  • Nurturing strong relationships 

  • Reframing challenging circumstances

  • Improving social skills 

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