Frequently asked questions and answers about Educational Psychology and The Resilient Family Practice
- How long is a therapy session?
- What are your fees?
- How do I know if benefits are available?
- Do you claim directly from my medical aid?
- What happens if the session is longer than 60 minutes?
- What happens if I am late for my appointment?
- What happens if I have to cancel an appointment?
- How do I pay for consultations and/or assessments?
- What about confidentiality?
- What about confidentiality if my teen sees you for therapy?
- Can information be shared with other professionals such as a neurologist, psychiatrist or teacher?
- How do I know it is time to see a psychologist?
- Won't people think I am "crazy" if I see a psychologist?
- Is my problem not too insignificant to see a psychologist?
- I am scared you will think badly of me if I share my innermost secrets with you.
- How many sessions of therapy will be needed?
Educational and Child Psychology
- I worry about my toddler's new behaviour! Will you be able to help?
- What is play therapy?
- When does a child need a school readiness assessment?
- My child is really battling at school. How can I help my child?
- My teen is really very difficult. Will therapy help?
- My teen really battles with tests and examinations. Is there anything that can be done?
- My child needs to choose subjects for grade 9 and I don't want to make a mistake
- When should we start with career choices with our child?