If you have landed here it is likely you have concerns around your child’s academic performance or their behaviours. At ZHW we are motivated to help you find out what your child’s strengths and challenges are. Why? Well, quite frankly because we too are mom’s and know that the accurate information can empower you to best support your child and their specific needs. Some of the benefits of psych ed assessments are understanding what specific areas your child needs support in or a different approach that aligns with their learning style, this might include academic accommodations and we have the dream team of clinicians to help you take these steps toward creating joy inside your kids academic experience.

And YES, we are accepting new assessment clients immediately. With such an increase in the demand for this service to the community, we have opened up new dates in our Burlington location. It is a shame of critical time to wait on a long list, meanwhile you could be better understanding your child’s unique learning style through our testing clinic.

Book your intake interview now!


As parents and caregivers we want the best for our children but we can’t help them if we don’t know what we don’t know.  That is where BOLD comes in.  Behaviour or Learning Disability (BOLD) is a workshop that explains the difference between behaviour difficulties and learning disabilities.  Stephanie Nichols, an  MPsy has worked in the school system for over 18 years and is passionate about minimizing the gap in learning by educating parents first.  She has a breadth of knowledge that she wants to share with you to make your child the most successful person that he/she/they can be. 

This workshop is designed to educate parents about different behaviour difficulties, learning disabilities, and what to do if parents suspect that their child may have these difficulties.  

Topics include: 

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Selective Mutism
  • Specific Learning Disabilities 
  • Next Steps
  • Resources

If you are concerned about your child’s academic performance or would like to know more about these topics, call 1-888-611-0841 or (289)269-0902,

email info@zafire.ca,

or book a 15 minute Inquiry session to find out more.