5 Ways to Cultivate a Growth Mindset for You and Your Family

5 Ways to Cultivate a Growth Mindset for You and Your Family

What is a growth mindset anyway? A growth mindset is based on the premise that our intelligence and abilities can be improved – with effort and rehearsal. A fixed mindset, therefore, is based on the belief that our intelligence and abilities are set and...
5 Things to Help You Jump Out of Bed in the Morning

5 Things to Help You Jump Out of Bed in the Morning

Mornings can be difficult. Many people wake up and immediately feel overwhelmed about what they should try and accomplish, things they mustn’t forget to do, even experiencing a sense of dread about the day ahead. Commonly known as that ‘Monday morning’ feeling, some...
5 Things You May Not Know About Me

5 Things You May Not Know About Me

In my day-to-day life, I’m lucky enough to meet people who inspire me, people I can learn from and people I feel honoured to help with their learning challenges. Everyone has their own story, a journey that has shaped them to be the person they are now and the person...
EMDR: How do I Know if EMDR Therapy Will Help My Child?

EMDR: How do I Know if EMDR Therapy Will Help My Child?

As a parent, whose child is struggling with anxiety or unsettled following trauma, it can be difficult to know what to do. Maybe, following a distressing incident, your child has experienced flashbacks or intrusive memories, maybe you are aware of emotional or...
IQ Testing for Children

IQ Testing for Children

The WISC-V makes up an integral part of any psychoeducational assessment. The test is considered to be the “gold standard” in intelligence testing for children. The assessment can be administered to children as young as 6 years up to 16 years – at which point an adult...
Free Dyslexia Screening Test for Children Aged 5-16 Years

Free Dyslexia Screening Test for Children Aged 5-16 Years

Since January 2019, I have been offering FREE screening tests for dyslexia. I speak to so many parents, who don’t know where to turn, who feel helpless when they see their child struggling at school, whether that’s emotionally or academically. It was this regular...