Sulma Rowland

Licensed Psychologist

“Children are not things to be molded, but are people to be unfolded.” — Jess Lair, author

When Your Child Needs Help

As parents, from even before your child arrives you have your own hopes and dreams for them. But they enter the world with their own ideas, and they don't come with a manual!

Maybe your child is experiencing unique challenges at school. They may have learning or attentional difficulties, and you’re not sure how to help them. Or perhaps your family is navigating difficult life transitions, whether it's continuing to manage during coronavirus, working through a separation or divorce, or grieving the loss of a loved one.

Perhaps you're noticing your child begin to act out. They may seem more irritable lately, or are struggling to manage intense feelings. Their worries seem so big for such a young person to carry, their anger or sadness overwhelming. You want to help, but you're not sure where to start.


Making lasting change can be difficult for most, and choosing therapy for your child is the first step on the path towards positive growth and change.