For kids who refuse to go to school, each day is a struggle. They may complain of stomach problems, not feeling well or being tired.

A child may have a difficult time with their executive functioning (ADHD). They may be distracted in class and lack concentration and enthusiasm.

The playground is another area where a child may run into problems. Social skills and impulse control can play a role in your child’s ability to thrive on the playground or after school.

Contact me to set up a free, initial session so we can work together to help make school a place where your child thrives. I work collaboratively with the school, teachers and social psychologist to integrate the skills gained in counseling sessions into the school environment.