Behaviour support for families
End power struggles. Find connection.
Wake up every day and know it’s going to be okay.
Online behaviour supportGot a phone or an internet connection? Access professional help for your family today. No waiting list, no driving, no time off work.
At-home behaviour supportStart solving tough behaviour problems 1-1 or with the whole family. Flexible hours, no fee for travel within Toronto.
Hello! I’m Amelia
Board Certified Behaviour Analyst
I help kids who struggle to learn “the hard way.”
Often, these are children who are gifted, with special needs and learning disabilities, or twice-exceptional, but no diagnosis is needed.
Without essential skills such as emotional self-regulation, self-control and planning, children struggle to “make good choices.”
I help parents set their children up for success by teaching in a gentle and creative way. Without these learning opportunities, some children feel defeated and eventually defiant. With the right support, every family can enjoy more cooperation and connection and less chaos and frustration.
What do you need help with?
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
All children struggle with big emotions, but anger and aggression can be a major challenge for parents. Let’s look at what is triggering your child’s anger, how you currently react, and what skills your child can learn in order to communicate safely and effectively.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
My Approach & Values
As a student, I struggled with undiagnosed ADHD, and embarked on a career in education, hoping to offer my own students a way to succeed. I soon realized that I would need another set of tools to make sure every student could realize his/her full potential. I began learning more about behaviour science and Applied Behaviour Analysis, and dedicated myself to achieving a Master’s degree and Board Certfication.
As a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst, I am continually updating my skills and training in new approaches so I can offer clients treatment that is both effective and ethical.
Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) is a way to find out the “why” of behaviour, and help others gain the skills they need to get the most out of life. I believe in treating every individual (including parents and children) with dignity and compassion, so they can achieve maximum independence and joy.