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Psychology Services

We provide psychotherapy, psychological testing, and coaching services to children, teens, and young adults aged between 0–20 years, along with their families. 

Whilst individual therapy sessions may be included, our approach features collaborative, short-term, solution-focused coaching for parents, rather than long-term therapy for children. We work with families because we know your children need you more than they will ever need us. 

What does it look like?


In order to get started, we begin with an intake assessment in which we ask about the problems and concerns that bring you to our service. We learn about your child and their developmental, medical, social, and educational history. We may take additional sessions to really get to know your situation in more detail before we make our initial diagnosis (if appropriate). Finally, we work with you to put together a treatment plan. The treatment plan helps us create the initial goals of therapy, determine whether you will participate in family and/or individual therapy, and discuss the recommended frequency of therapy. Subsequent psychology appointments are typically 45–50 minutes long.

Psychological Testing

In addition to providing treatment, we also offer a range of various assessments that allow for a comprehensive understanding of your child's needs. Assessment charges are based on the age of the child and the focus of the assessment. All psychoeducational, autism, and developmental delay assessments include:

  1. all testing sessions necessary

  2. a feedback session with parents/guardians to review written results and discuss recommendations (approximately 45 minutes)

We provide the following assessments:

  • Autism/Developmental Delays

    • Assessments typically include comprehensive intelligence testing, assessment of adaptive/daily living skills, behavioural/social skills assessment, evaluation of verbal and nonverbal communication skills, screening of motor skills, screening of academic/pre-academic skills, and play observation as appropriate

    • Comprehensive written report (typically 15-25 pages) with suggested interventions

  • Complete Psychoeducational Assessment (ADHD + LD)

    • comprehensive intelligence testing

    • comprehensive achievement testing in all academic areas

    • computerised attention assessment

    • behavior/emotional/social assessment

    • comprehensive memory testing

    • comprehensive testing of all neuropsychological processing areas appropriate, such as processing speed, visual-motor skills, visual-perceptual skills, auditory processing skills, phonological processing skills, attention/concentration skills, executive functioning skills, and oral language

    • comprehensive report (typically 15-25 pages) with suggestions for intervention

  • Intellectual Assessment Only

    • ​Comprehensive intelligence testing (depending on age: WWPSI, WISC, or WAIS) with a written report

  • Academic Assessment Only

    • ​Achievement testing in all academic areas (basic reading, reading comprehension, math reasoning, math calculation, written expression- WIAT) with a brief written report

Contact us to find out more!

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