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Equipping parents to cherish & enrich by enhancing your parenting toolkit

Learn what tools or strategies to use,
in which settings, in what way, and how to keep things working well over time.

Dr. Mah offers expertise in behavioural parent training (BPT) and family-based cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT). These are evidence-based interventions for addressing attentional and behavioural difficulties, as well as anxiety (including selective mutism) and emotional regulation. Her practice is attachment-informed and may incorporate mindfulness-based and emotion-focused approaches for parents. Best suited for families of children ages 3-12 years.

Dr. Mah also conducts diagnostic assessments and provides school consultation for children and adolescents with attentional and/or behavioural challenges. 

She enjoys giving presentations and workshops to inform and inspire the public, schools and community organizations, and mental health professionals.

Referrals are not required. Contact us directly!


  • Understand patterns with confidence
  • Support attention and executive functions
  • Foster growth mindset
  • Boost positive self-talk and self-esteem


  • Target anxiety, anger, and low mood
  • Validate emotional distress
  • Respond proactively, reduce over-reactivity
  • Teach coping & regulation skills


  • Manage disruption, noncompliance, avoidance
  • Optimize instructions and routines
  • Promote positive life skills, Limit bad habits
  • Troubleshoot daily battles over sleep or picky eating


  • Connect and bond for a lifetime
  • Collaborate to solve problems
  • Coach sibling and peer conflicts
  • Consult with team members from school or community


Services are provided via a secured telehealth platform (online video conferencing).

Wednesdays 9:30am-2:30pm
Select evenings

Based in Vancouver, and can provide virtual services to individuals across British Columbia. In-person metro Vancouver-based and after school visits (e.g., home, school, public spaces) are subject to availability and additional charges for travel time.

Not Suitable For:

Services pertaining to family therapy, parenting capacity assessment or family law proceedings, or crisis or emergency management.

Service Fees

Fees are $225 per 50 minute session (typical duration) in accordance with the recommendations of the BC Psychological Association. Initial appointments are 75 minutes long ($337.50).

The following methods of payments are accepted: e-transfer or credit card on file. Please provide 48 hours notice for appointment changes to avoid being charged for late or missed appointments.

Psychological services are not covered by the BC Medical Services Plan (MSP). If your extended health insurance plan provides reimbursement for psychology, some direct billing may be available (e.g., Pacific Blue Cross, Canadalife, Greenshield).