Although rewarding, parenting can be a hard job. It’s especially hard when we see our children struggle.
At Koru Family Psychology, we are dedicated to helping parents raise stellar, happy, and successful children. We have a variety of services available, including counselling, support groups, and specialized treatment plans to help you transform your struggling hero into an Amazing one.
Our family and child workshops foster positive relationships, effective communication, happiness, and optimal well-being.
Amazing Sibs is a place where kids can meet other brothers and sisters of children with autism, share their experiences and gain peer support. Kids get to share information, learn about cool things, and engage in lots of fun activities!
Parent resources are also provided to help parents better understand sibling needs.
Who can participate?
Anyone between the ages of five and twelve years old who has a brother or sister with autism.
Amazing Sibs Goals:
- To encourage peer support.
- To learn about autism. To increase coping skills.
- To provide the opportunity to express feelings in a safe place.
- To facilitate open communication within families.
We offer a variety of skill building and educational workshops for parents related to ADHD. These workshops are designed to give parents effective tools they can use to promote their child’s success and improve the overall well-being of their family.
Parent skillbuilding workshops provide specific tools for parents to effectively communicate with their children; to effectively manage maladaptive behaviours; and to nurture the physical, emotional, and mental health of their children. Each workshop covers a different topic, but all build from the foundation workshop Parenting: The Secret, which highlights ways for parents to strengthen their attachment relationships with their children.
Anxiety is at epidemic levels among children and teends. This workshop will: promote parent’s understanding of anxiety, teach parents how traditional ways of offering help may unwittingly feed into the child’s worries and associated behaviours, and offer effective tools to help their children manage their fears and worries to become more resilient and happy.