Intervention sessions focus on equipping your child with the tools they require to be able to successfully navigate through life as independently as possible for their age. Just as we embrace the whole-child with all their emotions, we note too that the larger context the child comes from and work to support this. An ecological approach is taken, as the child is often held by their culture, their family and their school. Families are often supported in session with siblings and grandparents welcome. Schools can be contacted when necessary and with consent to help support a child’s success with any environmental
adaptations required, or additional information to understand their student as a learner. A child’s cultural background and influences are always taken into consideration when providing recommendations so as to provide ecologically valid practice.
Sessions centre first on a person-centred, neuroaffirmative approach. Techniques most often used are Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).