This section contains a list of programs with focus on learners with anxiety, learners requiring intensive teaching and mentoring, and learners preparing for post-secondary education.
At the Vancouver Learning Centre, in addition to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) procedures for managing behaviour, we use a program for Coping Skills for Children with Anxieties called Learning How to Tame Worry Dragons by Sandra L. Clark PhD.
Read more: Worry Dragons: Coping Skills for Children with Anxieties
For new clients the process begins with a complimentary interview and discussion of goals and challenges. Perceived strengths and areas of concern emerge in this dialogue.
From this information and school records if available, an individualized program is designed to enhance university level academic performance.
In some cases, in part-time programs and usually in the BOOST program, the VLC program design is complemented by correspondence courses from the Correspondence Learning Network (VLN) service from K-12, like EBUS, the VLN, Self-Learner, etc., and from Thompson Rivers University (TRU) for the post-secondary level.
The content of these courses is taught in an engaging way to each student one-to-one, using
Read more: Credentials at Secondary and Post-Secondary Levels
Some college and university students struggle to achieve the grades they need to pass their courses or to achieve good enough grades to enter graduate school programs.
Read more: College and University Coaching Services for Underachievement
BOOST is a full-service program that includes 10 hours of one-to-one intensive teaching, coaching and mentoring on a specifically designed and targeted program along with 15 hours of supervised on-site practice. This can be combined with a distance education curriculum through a home schooling agency which becomes the student's home school. If an IEP is available ...