Swiftly Crafted

Age Group: Primary School
Swiftly Crafted

Program Details

Monday July 1 2024
Tuesday July 2 2024
Wednesday July 3 2024
12pm to 1pm
$480
Age range: 8-12 years
Solution Psychology, 1 Dean Street Moonee Ponds
Delivery method: Face-to-face
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Program Overview

Calling all Swifties

Step into the world of creativity with our Taylor Swift inspired craft group for Swifties! Join us at Solution as we harness the power of music and crafting to nurture social interactions in a fun and engaging way. From crafting Swift-inspired masterpieces to fostering teamwork and communication, this group offers a unique blend of creativity and psychology to empower young minds

Cost covers group attendance and all associated materials.

***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***

EARLY BIRD BONUS: Sign up before May 20th to receive a free copy of Sandhya Menon’s book “The Brain Forest” OR “The Rainbow Brain” (your choice)
* Group payments must be received in full by May 20th to qualify for early bird bonus, limit one free book per group booking*

About Presenter
Madelaine Southall

Madelaine Southall

Maddie is a registered psychologist who completed a Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology at Australian Catholic University. With a background in supporting children and adolescents experiencing a range of behavioural, social, and emotional challenges, Maddie brings an empathetic and passionate approach in her practice. Maddie also has experience working with neurodiverse children, inclusive of Autism and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and embraces client advocacy and neuroaffirming practice. Maddie has a strong interest in supporting clients with anxiety, social challenges, trauma, behaviour management, and emotional regulation.

In incorporating evidence-based therapeutic modalities including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Maddie aims to ensure her clients receive support backed by research and facilitated with an individualised approach. In her practice, Maddie aims to also collaborate with clients and their families following a strength-based framework to support client wellbeing and potential for growth. Madelaine is also trained in administering cognitive, academic and Autism assessments to children and adolescents.

Maddie follows an enthusiastic approach to working with her clients and values bringing fun, engagement, and play to sessions, whilst focusing on tailored intervention based off client goals. In her spare time, Maddie enjoys exploring the Melbourne food scene, travelling, and giving lots of attention to her pet cat.

Madelaine Southall

B PSYCH SCIENCE, GRAD DIP (PSYCHADV), MASTER OF EDUCATIONAL & DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

Ages: 3 – 18 years old

Maddie is a registered psychologist who completed a Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology at Australian Catholic University. With a background in supporting children and adolescents experiencing a range of behavioural, social, and emotional challenges, Maddie brings an empathetic and passionate approach in her practice. Maddie also has experience working with neurodiverse children, inclusive of Autism and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and embraces client advocacy and neuroaffirming practice. Maddie has a strong interest in supporting clients with anxiety, social challenges, trauma, behaviour management, and emotional regulation.

In incorporating evidence-based therapeutic modalities including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Maddie aims to ensure her clients receive support backed by research and facilitated with an individualised approach. In her practice, Maddie aims to also collaborate with clients and their families following a strength-based framework to support client wellbeing and potential for growth. Madelaine is also trained in administering cognitive, academic and Autism assessments to children and adolescents.

Maddie follows an enthusiastic approach to working with her clients and values bringing fun, engagement, and play to sessions, whilst focusing on tailored intervention based off client goals. In her spare time, Maddie enjoys exploring the Melbourne food scene, travelling, and giving lots of attention to her pet cat.

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