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Well-being Sessions

Dealing with the mental health struggles that come with dyslexia and other learning disorders.

What’s the connection to dyslexia?

Stress and anxiety increase when we’re in situations over which we have little or no control. All people, young and old, can experience overwhelming stress and exhibit signs of anxiety, but children, adolescents, and adults with dyslexia are particularly vulnerable. That’s because many individuals do not fully understand the nature of their learning disability, and as a result, tend to blame themselves for their own difficulties. Years of self-doubt may erode a person’s self-esteem, making them less able to tolerate the challenges of school, work, or social interactions leaving them more stressed and anxious.

International Dyslexia Association.


The program aims to identify and deal with mental health issues that are effecting you or someone with dyslexia. It is an opportunity to

  • express feelings

  • identify origins of where stress or anxiety is manifesting

  • dispel myths

  • look at the facts

  • make plans

  • implement strategies and tools

  • instil confidence


Session fees are payable upfront. Where possible make-up sessions will be offered.

Location options

  1. Business premises - Northgate, South Australia

  2. Online via Zoo

Next step

Please contact me with any questions you have about dyslexia and available programs. You can also book a free initial meeting to discuss your particular needs.

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