PLAY WITH PURPOSE !
A group for children with self-regulation and/or sensory challenges and their families
This unique 8-week group takes a family-centered and play-based approach in supporting children with self regulation issues.
Participation in this group includes 6 group sessions for children and 2 parent workshops. In the groups sessions, your child will be learning about their big emotions and exploring new coping strategies.
The parent workshops are aimed at building parents’ skills around supporting their children.
For children between 6-9 years old
- Each session/workshop is an hour long
- Parent sessions are mandatory
- Groups run several times a year
- For upcoming group schedules please check our clinic website
- A minimum of 3 children are required to run this group
- Cost: $600 for 8 sessions (6 group sessions & 2 parent workshops)
* UPCOMING January 2020 Group
Sessions scheduled for 6 pm Thursdays on:
Parent workshops: Jan 23rd and March 19th
Children’s sessions: Jan 30, Feb 6, 13, 20, 27 & Mar 5
Three Ways to Register:
1. Complete our online registration form
2. Call 647-236-4263
3. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
**New clients to Toronto Children’s Therapy Center will require the completion of a sensorimotor assessment within the last 6 months by an Occupational Therapist to establish eligibility for the group and set individual therapy goals. In addition, Vithurry would complete a complimentary phone interview.
**There are no refunds for missed sessions.
Who am I?
Vithurry Sivaloganathan is a registered Occupational Therapist (OT) with experience providing individual and groups therapy services to children in the areas of self-regulation, sensory processing, social skills, and fine and gross motor skills. She also consults for individual students in the classroom and for organizations including TDSB Section 23 schools and EarlyON Child and Family centres. Vithurry brings her unique experience in mental health, and applies a play-based and family-centered approach to support children and their families reach their goals.