Your Family Needs

My counselling and life coaching services address the full range of family concerns by you or your family member, including:

Parenting
Parental Alienation
Positive Re-Enforcement
PTSD-Child
School Issues
Separation/Divorce (children)
Single Parenting
Structure/Routine
Video Addiction
Veterans Issues*

*Veterans and their families are eligible for counselling. Bring your TAPS card to the first session. Visit Veterans Affairs Canada for more information.


Family Needs Resources

ADD/ADHD - CHILDREN

9 Way to Achieve Success at School
Classroom Accommodations
Homework 101

Addiction

Getting Your Teen Help for Video Game Addiction
Smart Kids Don't Do Drugs

Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation Syndrome Video

Separation/Divorce - CHILDREN

Helping Children Understand Divorce
Helping Children with Divorce or Separation

Step-Parenting

The Step and Blended Family Institute

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