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Apr
15

Feeling stuck? Does it seem like your child isn’t progressing?

When your child started his new therapy program, at first things were going great. He started with the first tasks and kept building on them – until he stopped building and got stuck; and you as his parent feel like you’re not getting any closer to your goals. This can be frustrating because you’re following […]
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Adress: 5 Lawson Parade, Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia

Compassionate Therapy

Compassionate Therapy can be engaged to treat and help with numerous illness, disability and trauma – ultimately better helping to cope with existing problems both physically, socially and emotionally now and into the future. The potential for improvement using a systems approach with children suffering from ADD/ADHD, brain injury, autism spectrum disorders, sensory integration disorders, learning disabilities, obsessive-compulsive disorders, cerebral palsy, anxiety disorders and learning disabilities can be quite inspiring. These therapy solutions are also be used with adults too!