How does it work?
Everyone can learn! What differs are the preferences, skills, strengths and challenges we each face.
The four step process to maximise your learning is described below.
Please note: Rosie is currently on maternity leave, so there may be a delay in responding. She is conducting limited assessment at this time, and will still get in contact for a complimentary phone consultation.
A phone consultation or email exchange is offered for each client regarding their child and the current challenges or desired outcomes.
Complete the contact form to commence the process.
Assessment (formal and/or informal) is conducted with the child or young person.
You may be referred to a more suitable practitioner if alternative assessment is required.
A report with relevant assessment findings and strategies or recommendations is provided.
A follow up conversation related to the findings and interventions is also recommended.
One-on-one sessions or group programs can be held to consolidate the learning.
These aim to provide help with the implementation of recommendations or strategies suggested. (additional cost).
Individuals are always learning, but not all have unlocked the key to learn effectively and quickly in diverse and new situations. If you hear yourself or your child say "I can't do this; This is not my learning preference; or I think I have a learning disability." A learning assessment could be the best next step.
A learning assessment can identify your challenges and strengths. Providing you with the right strategies to use at times when you are feeling stuck.
As a Psychologist and Educator, my job is to help you use your learning equipment more effectively to improve your mental wellbeing and performance, bringing long term benefits, such as improved wellbeing and better engagement to your life.