Dyslexia is a language-based learning difference that impacts a child’s reading skills. In many cases, a child’s basic reading skills do not develop automatically, and reading can be quite effortful for them.
Psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluations serve as the foundation of a child's educational and treatment plans, allowing families to better understand their child's specific needs and enabling them to advocate for their child more effectively. Wolff Child Psychology works with clients from infancy through young adulthood, specializing in the assessment of cognitive, academic, attention/ executive, and social-emotional functioning.
Wolff Child Psychology offers evidence-based individual and family therapy to help children, teens, and families who are experiencing a range of issues such as adjusting to recent stress, coping with anxiety and depression, and managing ongoing and complex developmental difficulties.
Executive Functioning Coaching
Wolff Child Psychology provides psychologically informed executive functioning coaching to support the social-emotional/behavioral functioning of children from birth through the teenage years.
Since 2011, Wolff Child Psychology has become an established Colorado institution supporting children, teens, and families through its comprehensive, high-quality evaluations, effective therapy and coaching services, and successful educational advocacy for clients. Our team of psychologists and coaches has consistently been recognized by parents, schools, and health care professionals for its deep commitment to unlocking each child’s potential and to empowering parents and educators through a science-based, comprehensive understanding of each child’s strengths and challenges. We very much look forward to the opportunity to providing your child and family with the same high-quality services the community has come to expect.