• Positive behaviour support
  • Anxiety management
  • Obsessional behaviours
  • •Generalised 'worrying'
    •Separation anxiety / school refusal
    •School related anxiety
  • Anger management / Emotion regulation
  • Parent training and sibling support
  • Teacher support / Modifying the educational environment
  • Counselling
  • Neuropsychological assessment

Neuropsychological assessment allows for the identification of a range of difficulties which impact on performance
at school, at work and in daily life.

Areas commonly investigated by neuropsychological assessment include:

  • Attention and concentration
  • Memory and learning
  • Language processing
  • Visual and verbal processing
  • Planning and organization
  • Problem solving
  • Information processing
  • Visuo-spatial processing
  • General intellectual functioning and academic achievement
  • Identification of learning difficulties

A written report is provided following assessment.