"Emma was not only able to support Sasha but us as a whole family too. Sasha is now so much more confident and even at the times she feels less so, she knows what to do to get herself back on track" (A & F Smithson)
"I was really nervous about going to see someone to talk about what I find hard, but Emma is so kind and fun that it made talking about the hard stuff seem less scary" William (13)
"Emma has the ability to get straight to the point without any judgement. Spending time with Emma has helped our family to learn new ways of working together without resorting to fighting" (The Debden Family)
"From the first session I was confident that we had found the right therapist to support us with Jed. Jed has struggled with attending school since Yr2. He is now able to not only attend, but participate too. Emma helped Jed, us and the school work together so Jed felt supported and the school knew what to do" (S Cranmer, Jed's mum)
"Emma helped me to understand that having dyslexia didn’t mean I was stupid. I had been avoiding learning but now I know what to do when I find things difficult which makes learning easier for me" (David, 16)
"We came to see Emma when the school told us they thought Harvey had autism. Emma helped us through the assessment process as well as helped us and the school to understand what we needed put into place to make sure Harvey succeeded" (The Wright Family)
"Just wanted to say how grateful I am of your help and understanding with Ethan. I see him starting to blossom and it has been due to you giving him a place to feel safe and accepted that this is happening. You are one of only a handful of people who he has let in to see the real and beautiful inner person that is Ethan. Thank you." (Ethan's mum)
Psychologist Registration Information: To lawfully practise as a psychologist in New Zealand, a practitioner must first be registered with the New Zealand Psychologists Board and must hold a current practising certificate. We hold a current practicing certificate, are registered with and adhere to the practising guidance of the New Zealand Psychologists Board as well the New Zealand Psychological Society. We are also members of the British Psychological Society.