THE SERVICE WILL BE BACK THIS FALL
Animal-assisted therapy is growing in popularity around the world. Its approach aims to use the animal as an instrument to facilitate the achievement of various complex objectives with human beings. By combining orthopedagogy and zootherapy, the Centre d’apprentissage Molière et Copernic and Isabelle Fortin offer an exceptional and valued service in Quebec.
Isabelle Fortin holds a bachelor’s degree in Educational Adaptation and professional training in zootherapy from Zoothérapie Québec, as well as numerous training courses in canine behaviour, orthopedagogy through zootherapy and the neuropsychology of anxiety disorders. In addition, she is enrolled in the Graduate Diploma specialized in mental health. With valuable experience in individualized intervention with students with learning disabilities, language disorders and autism spectrum disorders (ASD), Isabelle has worked with clients of all ages, particularly preschool and elementary school students.
The service is intended for children aged 4 to 12 years old with challenges associated with the following:
- Learning disabilities
- Academic Motivation
- Performance anxiety
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Development delay
- Attachment disorders