Are you concerned that your child, or someone else in your family, has symptoms of ADHD, anxiety or other challenging behaviours.
Families matter, and you are the most important person in your child’s life. When one person in the family is struggling, this can affect everyone around them. I offer support for parents to help you understand your child’s challenging behaviours, why they happen, and what you can do about them.
I have 14 years experience in offering a non-invasive, drug-free approach to identify and address underlying gaps in early development that can affect your child’s behaviour and early learning. I would like to support you and your child to gently address these underlying issues.
Does your child have signs of any of the following behaviours?
- Symptoms, or a diagnosis, of autism, ADHD, OCD, dyslexia or other disorders
- Signs of anxiety and/or depression
- Trouble with reading, writing, spelling and/or maths
- Awkward pencil grip, poor handwriting
- Frustration, anxiety, blames others
- Difficulties forming close friendships
- Poor verbal and/or written expression
- Compulsive talking, hyperactivity
- Restlessness, fidgeting, poor concentration, easily distracted
- Clumsiness, accident prone
- Poor self esteem, shutdown, extreme shyness, daydreaming
- Trouble thinking things through, poor organisational skills
- Appears not to hear spoken instructions
The first step is to meet with you, the parents, to have a chat about your concerns. We will discuss options, and work out the best way to help your child.
When your child, or any member of your family is struggling, this affects everyone else around them. Coordinating with you, other therapists, and your child’s teacher is vital to supporting your child’s growth and learning.
If you are self or plan managed
- You might be covered for Counselling sessions under your NDIS plan. Please talk to your ECEI Coordinator, LAC or NDIA planner.
- If you have a child aged 0 – 6 and you have concerns with their behaviour and/or early development, you may be eligible to receive parenting support from the NDIS through the Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) program.