“Staff wellbeing” has become the new catch phrase in the corporate world, and increasingly, many organisations are starting to recognise its importance. Google, renowned for its staff-centred programs, started a global conversation about workplace wellbeing. From massage parlours, to free bikes on campuses, to nap rooms, to office dogs, to Lego stations… Google set a…
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Scope Clinical & Educational Services was established in 2015 by Director, Danielle Copplin. Her vision was to provide high-quality wellbeing and educational services that facilitate empowerment of individuals and families across the lifespan. At this time, Danielle engaged in professional supervision with experienced and renowned Educational and Developmental Psychologist, Kathryn Bekavac. The continuity between their professional practice, values and ethics quickly became clear and a professional partnership was born.
In 2018, Kathryn was welcomed as a Co-Director of Scope Clinical & Educational Services. Together, Danielle and Kathyrn have developed a unique set of services that provide simple steps to create real change by building solutions in partnership with our clients, using a combination of Assessment, Strategy and Review.
From The Blog
Procrastination is a common part of human behaviour and is not the same as “laziness”. Procrastination means to decide for no valid reason to delay or not complete a task or goal you’ve committed to, and instead do something of lesser importance, despite there being negative consequences to not following through on the original task…
Homeschooling is a topic that many parents are understandably curious about. It has recently resurfaced in the media as a hot topic and this has people wondering whether it’s a suitable way to educate your child. About homeschooling research At this stage, there’s not enough unbiased research about home schooling to make direct comparisons…
A Specific Learning Disorder (SLD) is a diagnosis that is used to describe a person who is able to learn and achieve academically, but their knowledge in specific areas is disorganised or disordered. For example, a helpful way to think of dyslexia is dys- “disorganised or difficult” lexia- “word or lexicon” * lexicon = dictionary…
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