At Harmony Counselling we believe that family-school partnerships are essential to promote children learning and address issues that may impede it. Working together to meet goals is the key for children’s success at school!
We offer Child Care and School support, consultation, and suggestions to best support and address children’s needs in community-based settings.
Our organization believes that treatment plans should be tailored to meet the unique needs, specific goals and strengths of each family we serve. Our family-centered approach focuses in goals you and your family wish to achieve to bring harmony into your lives. The therapeutic approaches and interventions utilized in our practice are evidence-based and are modified or compiled depending on the needs of the child/youth to ensure that receives the best treatment to succeed both at home and school.
Our therapy specialties include: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Behaviour Therapy, Collaborative Problem Solving, Social Skills Training, Strength-based Approach, Play Therapy, Dialectic Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and Psychodynamic Therapy.
1 . The Five Love Languages of Teenagers Book (by Gary D. Chapman)
2. Time in Parenting (by Otto Weininger)
3. Parenting Your Anxious Child with Mindfulness and Acceptance (by Christopher McCurry)
4. Lost at School (by Dr. Ross Greene)
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At Harmony Counselling we can assist family members and parents to effectively deal with family problems, parenting issues, divorce/separation process, and/or adoption. We can provide tips, strategies, and useful tools to best support your love one while improving their behaviour.
We offer individualized therapeutic treatment to preschoolers, school-age children, and/or adolescents experiencing, anxiety, depression, social and emotional issues, problematic behaviour, impulsive behaviour, stress, mood swings, vocational guidance, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD), learning disabilities, toileting issues, school refusal, trauma, and bereavement.