Programs & Services by Roots & Wings Psychology

 
Virtual only program
Location:Sudbury
For help with:
  • Communication
  • Consultation
  • Play
  • Skill Building
  • Social Skills
  • Webinar
  • Workshop
Provider:Roots & Wings Psychology

Research shows that language develops after teaching gestures, joint attention and play skills to minimally verbal children. Moreover, having functional and creative play skills increases children’s ability to play on their own as well as with others. Join us to learn about language and play milestones, to identify your child’s current and target levels of play and language skills and importantly, to practice key strategies to promote your child’s play and language development. Our multidisciplinary team uses play-based natural environment teaching, along with evidence based developmental, linguistic, and Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) methods.

Caregivers training is provided in a 1-hour weekly session for 5 weeks followed by three, 1-hour in-person, phone or video consultations with a multidisciplinary team member to implement individualized strategies with their child at home.

 
Program also available virtually
Location:Sudbury
For help with:
  • Behaviour
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Resilience
  • Self-regulation
  • Skill Building
  • Social Skills
  • Strengths
  • Webinar
  • Workshop
Provider:Roots & Wings Psychology

FLIP-IT an evidence-based program for parents to help young children identify their feelings, learn healthy self-control and reduce challenging behaviour. Caregivers will increase their knowledge about the resilience framework and how it can be used to support children who use challenging behavior. They will learn and implement the four FLIP-IT steps (Feelings, Limits, Inquiries, Prompts) to help their children learn self-control and transform challenging behavior.

Caregivers participate in 1-hour interactive training sessions each week for four weeks and receive one 1-hour phone or video follow up consultation to support implementation with their child at home.

Location:
Virtually via Zoom Health (Groups A & C)

In Person at Roots & Wings, Sudbury (Group B)

Roots & Wings Psychology
1 – 1191 Lansing Ave,
Sudbury, Ontario
P3A 4C4
Phone: 705-885-9998
Fax: 705-885-1257

 
Program also available virtually
Location:Sudbury
For help with:
  • Anxiety
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Anger
  • Mental health
Provider:Roots & Wings Psychology

Youth with ASD can access up to three individualized 1-hr consultations with a registered psychologist experienced in working with youth having ASD and mental health difficulties. Participants will complete mental health screening questionnaires prior to the first appointment. Presenting concerns could be challenges with anxiety, stress, depression, anger or emotion regulation. A strength based, cognitive behavioural approach will help children and youth to problem solve, to discover new coping strategies and to determine next steps for support in their home community.

In-person
Location:Sudbury
For help with:
  • Communication
  • Play
  • Skill Building
  • Social Skills
Provider:Roots & Wings Psychology

Following brief assessment of language and play skills, child-parent dyads participate in 20 programming sessions of up to 1-hour (2-3 times weekly) based upon both naturalistic developmental (JASPER) and ABA principles. Sessions will increase child play and language skills, as well as caregiver confidence in teaching their child new skills.

We're sorry, the session you are interested in is no longer available. We would be happy to reach out to you should we offer this session again and invite you to add your name to our waitlist.

 
Program also available virtually
Location:Thunder Bay
For help with:
  • Communication
  • Consultation
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Play
  • Self-regulation
  • Social Skills
  • Workshop
Provider:Creative Therapy Associates

Following brief assessment of language and play skills, child-parent dyads participate in 20 programming sessions of up to 1-hour (2 times weekly) based upon both naturalistic developmental (JASPER) and ABA principles. Sessions will increase child play and language skills, as well as caregiver confidence in teaching their child new skills. This session will be offered in partnership with Roots and Wings Psychology

We're sorry, the session you are interested in is no longer available. We would be happy to reach out to you should we offer this session again and invite you to add your name to our waitlist.

 
Program may be available virtually
Location:Sudbury
Provider:Roots %26 Wings Psychology

What is resilience? Resilience is the set of skills and abilities that allow people to cope with challenging situations. Building resilience helps to prevent problems with behaviour and mental health.
Caregivers will assess their child/youth’s resilience and learn about the specific protective factors known to build resilience in children and youth: proactive parenting, emphasizing strengths and achievements, self regulation, social competence and fostering connections, attachment and community. Our approach is evidenced through strength-based Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

Caregivers participate in a weekly 1.5-hour webinar for three weeks and receive one 1-hour phone or video consultation to implement individualized strategies with their child at home.

We're sorry, the session you are interested in is no longer available. We would be happy to reach out to you should we offer this session again and invite you to add your name to our waitlist.