Is your child struggling in school or had inconsistent progress? Has someone suggested an assessment for your child? Learn more about how your child can reach their full potential.
Is your child struggling with social challenges or communication issues? Has someone suggested your child might have autism. Learn more about the process and how to help your child.
Career assessments can support you in understanding your interests and strengths and help you discover careers that best match your profile.
Our experienced group of licensed counsellors can provide compassionate care to help you cope with life’s big struggles. Learn more about our team.
Dr. Roberts is also the clinical founder of Amira Health (formerly FamilySparks). Amira Health is a digital health platform providing workplace mental health programs and private therapy options. Review their great selection of resources and look into Employee Assistant Programs today. Amira Health
Finding good resources in a sea of information and fake news.
The internet is a great place to find information, recommendations, and res...
Are you, or your young adult child, lacking direction and feeling stuck?
Do you ever feel like you haven't hit your stride in life? Is your twenty s...
What is a psychoeducational assessment?
A psycho-educational assessment is a process to determine an individuals le...
Talking with your child about the assessment process
Opening the conversation: The purpose of a psychoeducational assessmen...
Why you should know how a learning strategist can help you
Students may have any number of challenges that interfere with their learni...
Territorial acknowledgement & Jordan’s Principle
Dr. Jillian Roberts Psychology Corporation is located on the unceded Coast Salish Territory of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ nations. We gratefully acknowledge and respect the Lekwungen speaking peoples on whose traditional territory we live and work and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.
Jordan’s principle is available to all First Nations children in Canada to help children receive the services they need when they need them. Jordan’s principle provides federal funding for needed services. If you want to learn more about Jordan’s Principle call 1.866.913.0033