KIM WOLFF PSYCHOLOGY
IT ALL BEGINS WITH ASSESSMENT
Kim Wolff has extensive experience providing private assessments to children, adolescents and adults in Abbotsford, the Fraser Valley and greater Vancouver area. Everyone and every situation is unique. If your child is struggling at school there are many assessment options. Child learning programs, programs for learning difficulties, programs for kids struggling at school or with learning problems all require an initial assessment. These assessments come under many titles:
- Psycho-educational assessment (psych ed assessment)
- Child psychology assessments
- Learning disability assessments
- Intellectual assessments
- Child behavior/learning assessment
Contact Kim today to get the process started or just to discover the cost of assessment or how to get your child assessed in a timely manner.
Kim has worked in private practice since 2011, she is based from Abbotsford, British Columbia. She brings with her over 25 years of experience as a special education teacher and school psychologist. She has been employed by public school districts in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Abbotsford, British Columbia. Her background contributes to her expertise in the area of psychoeducational assessment.
Kim has been registered with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia since 2011, prior to that time she was registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists. Kim has worked within the public school system for several years as a BC Certified School Psychologist. She has initiated and consulted on the development of Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and has worked with classroom teachers to differentiate programming for students with learning, social-emotional, and behavioural difficulties. Her dedication to maintaining the highest standards in assessment and programming is evident in her work with children and youth, parents, and education professionals.
Kim ensures that her extensive professional knowledge in the field of educational and child psychology is kept current through annual professional development.