FOR YOUR NEEDS.
Family Counselling Your Way
Raising a child with complex needs can be difficult, overwhelming, stressful and exhausting but finding help and support shouldn't be.
How do we Level Up Psychology?
We're here to help you: get family counselling on your time and your way. We're happy to offer:
evening & weekend appointments,
office, in-home, video &/or phone sessions,
sliding scale session rates.
Our team will work with you to create a personal strategy for your child & your family as a whole. When needed, we'll work with your child's school to assist with tools and resources to aid your child's experience.
Melody, owner of Level Up, has extensive experience working with children with Anxiety (GAD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and PANDA/PANS in her role as a Registered Psychologist as well as a mother to her young girl.
Level Up Psychology In-home services available in Beaumont, Leduc and surrounding areas in Alberta.
We're breaking the mold of traditional family counseling services!
We're providing personalized strategies and whole support within your time and budget.
Services available in the comfort of your own home or office visits,
evenings and weekends.
Strategies are developed for your family and your child's needs that encompass home, work and school.
Step-by-step plans for supporting your kiddo & having a smoother experience for the whole family.
On-going mini sessions available for clarity, course correction or for life's little hiccups.
Benefit from our personal & professional experience working with children with specialized psychological challenges.
LEVEL UP Family Counselling: No more cookie cutter therapy!
One of the driving forces behind Mel's experience and education on childhood obsessive compulsive disorder is her daughter Shaelyn.
Shae suffers from OCD so her life is full of medication and strategies to help her with everyday life.
Mel & Shae have become strong advocates for those suffering from OCD & anxiety, you can even hire Shae as a speaker!
Suspect your child may be suffering from this disorder or already have a diagnosis? They can benefit from knowing they aren't alone and by reading about another child's story.
You can read more about Shae's daily experiences dealing with OCD by visiting her blog.