Flexible Builders – Lego® Club

Age Group: Primary School
Flexible Builders – Lego® Club

Program Details

Wednesday January 10 2024
Thursday January 11 2024
Friday January 12 2024
9am - 10am
Age range: 6-9 years
Solution Psychology 1 Dean Street Moonee Ponds
Delivery method: Face-to-face
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Program Overview

Children will come along to Solution Psychology in the April school holidays and join fellow Lego® lovers and in a relaxed and fun environment. The goals of Lego® club is to develop social confidence in a supportive environment with peers who have a similar love of Lego®. Our “Flexible Builders” program allows children to be supported to solve problems, manage conflict, think about others perspectives, manage tricky emotions and navigate help seeking.

This group is suitable for children aged 6-8 years

If you are a current client of Solution Psychology, speak to your psychologist about your suitability to attend Lego® Club and how “Flexible Builders” can assist you to achieve your goals.

***If you are new to Solution Psychology please contact the clinic on 99887760 to book your intake appointment  to assess suitability to for the program**

About Presenter
Natalie Mizzi

Natalie Mizzi

Natalie is an Educational and Developmental psychologist who works with children, adolescents, young adults and families.

Natalie is passionate about supporting neurotypical and neurodiverse individuals including those who are autistic, ADHD or who have a specific learning disorder (SLD) or intellectual disability.

Natalie provides person-centred therapeutic intervention and uses a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and neuroaffirming framework.

Her interest areas include neurodiversity (including PDA), parent support, school consultation, anxiety and emotion regulation. She administers cognitive, educational, ADHD and autism assessments and provides professional development to schools.

Natalie is a passionate and creative practitioner. She values collaborating with her client and their care team to establish and implement intentional goals and accommodations. She appreciates neurodiversity and is passionate about supporting those with extra special needs

Natalie was the recipient of the 2023 Australian Allied Health Early Career Excellence Award.

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