My Approach

I am privileged to support children and young people of all ages, their parents, and educators.

 

My approach is holistic and heart-centred, untangling the issues with the aim of restoring joy and confidence in your child which will ripple throughout your family. It starts with your story and ends with a considered strategy but with one thing for sure - your child is always at the centre.

 

The types of cases I most commonly see are where:

  • A child is unhappy or felt to be underachieving at school but
    there is a lack of clarity about why and how to help.
  • A child has an existing profile of needs, and their parents want
    to know how these can be best met in a school environment.
  • A child is experiencing difficulty with friendships and struggles to connect socially with their peers.
  • A young person is approaching public examinations, and parents
    want to ensure that they have the right support in place for their child,
    leading up to this important time.
  • A school placement is breaking down and parents want to know what the next steps could be.
  • There are concerns around a child's attention and focus.
  • A point of transition, a school move or relocation, is on the horizon, and a full review of the child's needs and strengths is required in order to inform a new school placement.
  • The child is out of school, for whatever reason, and a home-schooling plan needs to be established.
  • A child is unhappy, or felt to be underachieving at school, but
    there is a lack of clarity about why and how to help.
  • Parents want to know how their child’s needs can be best met at home, school, or in a home-schooling capacity.
  • A child is experiencing difficulties forming and maintaining friendships.
  • Tests or examinations are approaching, and parents want to ensure that the right support is in place for their child in the lead-up, and during, this important time
  • A school placement is breaking down, and parents want to explore the options as to how to help their child move forwards positively.
  • There are concerns around a child's attention and focus.
  • A point of transition, a school move or relocation, is on the horizon, and a full review of the child's needs and strengths is required, in order to inform a new school placement.

IMAGE CREDIT: Artwork by Ria Mishaal