Our Philosophy

We are committed to helping families faced with challenging situations make the most educated decisions and find effective solutions. We believe that families are better equipped to navigate complex circumstances when provided with tailored information, support and advice. Our comprehensive approach takes into account each individual family member and the family’s dynamics as a whole.


Who can benefit from working with Family Central

Any family facing a transition or period of adjustment; any family who may have recently been given a diagnosis or is in the assessment phase, whether it be a health, mental health and/or educational issue. We help these families navigate their challenging situations, anticipate developments, recommend and assess available resources, and find a positive and therapeutic way forward with a concrete plan.


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What makes Family Central unique

We are trained professionals who are also parents. This combination brings with it a valuable perspective to our interventions, both therapeutic and practical. We truly understand the complex challenges our families face. Our practice is accessible, supportive, family-focused and geared towards solutions. We provide the missing link in a family’s transition and/or diagnosis process with a comprehensive, focused and caring approach. We educate, guide and support, providing insightful feedback and a link to available resources.


What We Do

Family Central Consultants help families through difficult transitions. We provide support and advice to families at a critical juncture when facing health, mental health, educational challenges or major life transitions. We assist families in navigating a myriad of issues and available resources. We collaborate with our families to develop a plan of action and provide ongoing support. Our goal is to minimize stress and anxiety for our families faced with daunting or unfamiliar challenges.

We provide:

  • in-depth consultation
  • comprehensive and cohesive assessments
  • close collaboration with families
  • guidance, education and support
  • anticipation of issues that may emerge
  • feedback on diagnostic evaluations
  • advice in selecting the best team of experts
  • strategies, coping mechanisms and practical interventions
  • an expert to conduct in-home and in-class observations
  • a roadmap to manage your challenging situation