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Developmental Disorders/Delays Teacher Course

This course is designed to equip learning support staff and teachers with knowledge about SEN children and provide teachers/teaching assistants with lots of practical strategies for the classroom.  Modules The course consists of 9 pre-recorded modules, the content is evidence-based and includes examples and practical strategies. Each module is presented in English by a member […]


The Dis-Association Group

A group for adolescents who are are working on positive self-talk and looking for others who are dealing with dissociative feelings, depression, and/or anxiety. This support group will help like-minded teens address shared feelings of distress and disassociation and build coping skills and a community of resilience and acceptance. Details: Weekly group run by Dr. […]


Peer support group for children and teens living as LGBT – lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, asexual, or questioning. Many LGBTQIA individuals experience negative mental health issues due to the prejudice and other biases they face. Research suggests that queer people are at higher risk for depression, anxiety, and addiction or substance abuse. Without mental […]

Dungeons and Dragons

Come visit a world of swords and sorcery. Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) is driven by imagination. It is about picturing the towering castle beneath the stormy night sky and imagining how a fantasy adventurer might react to the challenges that scene presents. D&D gives structure to the stories, a way of determining the consequences of […]

Literacy Boost Group

This group is designed for children with dyslexia and literacy delays. The group will provide an explicit and structured literacy approach using the Orton-Gillingham program and following the International Dyslexia guidelines based on evidence-based practise. Children will participate in three lessons each morning, focusing on spelling, reading and writing in small groups. Orton-Gillingham is a […]

Munch Bunch Group and Food Detective Group

The Munch Bunch group & Food Detective group are for children, who are picky eaters, or who have challenges eating certain food or textures. The groups focus on increasing a child's comfort level by exploring and learning about the different properties of food. Both groups aim to build the foundation of trust in a feeding […]

School Readiness Group

We offer two levels of school readiness group: Kindergarten readiness skills - for children entering or returning to kindergarten: Through play, your child will learn to be regulated in a small group setting, follow semi-structured activities and built in routines, handling transitions, standing in line and circle sitting. They will be engaging in activities that […]

Self-Regulation Group

Equipping your young learner with emotional and sensory regulation and social skills required for group work and group play. Your young learner is becoming more independent. We will work on developing task initiation, resilience in problem-solving and sustained attention for completing tasks. Details: Ages: 3-5 years old Timings: July 5 to August 13, 2021 Please […]

Mindfulness Art Jam Group

Art speaks louder than words! Join this therapy in action group and explore art for healing, centering, and self-discovery. Through expressive art, we narrate our personal stories and learn tools to build self-esteem and manage anxiety. This group provides a safe and non-judgmental environment for teens to share their creativity, thoughts, and emotions and receive […]

Resilience Group

A group for children to learn about who they are and how to express themselves. We will incorporate mindfulness, positive psychology, art and play therapy, along with role play, scavenger hunts, obstacle courses and much more! Your child will learn skills in emotional regulation, frustration tolerance, positive self-expression, self-esteem, school readiness and social skills. Camps […]

SPOT Buddies

Practicing social skills is usually most successful within situations that are meaningful and internally motivating for a child. Interaction and practice with other children who share interests with your child are likely to increase the enjoyment of engaging with others. Areas of Focus include: - Body awareness and personal space - Visual strategies - Verbal […]