All therapy approaches are adapted to be neurodiversity and gender affirming, inclusive 
and trauma informed.

Therapy for Young People Aged 12 - 17 years

Support Areas

Therapy Modalities

Parent Support

  • Managing expectations: Adjusting and adapting parental expectations. Developing thriving and supportive connections with your young person.
  • Emotion Regulation: Co-regulation and supporting young people.
  • Anxiety: Learning about overwhelm; sensory, demand and social. Work together to develop coping skills to manage anxiety.
  • Advocacy: Assist parents to advocate for their young people within systems such as schools.
  • School Support: Collaborate with educators to develop individualized support plans, including accommodations, modifications, and specialized instruction as needed.

Assessments for Identification

Assessments for young people between the ages of  6-17 years.

  • Autism
  • Autism and ADHD
  • Cognitive assessments

These assessments aim to help both the young person and their parents understand their neurotype and identify areas where support may be needed. It’s important to note that undergoing assessment doesn’t guarantee a diagnosis according to the DSM-5 criteria.