Kids Incorporated helps parents to take control of difficult child behaviours, giving them the chance to develop positive and caring relationships with their children. Parents are given support to continue to cope and create good role models. Kids Inc provide programs to assist with behavioural problems, temper tantrums, toileting problems, anxiety, bullying and being bullied, hurting children and animals, social withdrawal, sleep difficulties, stealing, adjustment issues in divorce and separation and conflict resolution.
Kids Inc offer the following services:
- Diagnostic Assessment
- Psychological Treatment for children
- Social Skills training
- Positive Parenting
- Psychological Treatment for adults
- Advice and support for parents
Meet the team:
Dr Christine Salisbury: Founder of Kids Inc
MA, Dip Clin Psych, Dr. PH. F.C.H.S.E. MAPS
Dr Salisbury is a Clinical Psychologist with 25 years’ experience in Child and Family Psychological Treatment and assessment. Dr Salisbury has worked in Acute Mental Health settings, child and family services and she is a trained family therapist.
Milka Gagic: Clinical Psychologist (AHPRA)
Milka Gagic is a registered Clinical Psychologist (AHPRA) and a member of APS Clinical College of Psychologists. She has extensive experience in assessment and treatment of a range of psychological disorders and mental health issues, and works with children, adolescents, and adults.
Edith has a Masters Degree in Pedagogic Science and a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology. On Wednesdays she works at KidsInc Psychology Clinic, offering support to children, families, adolescents and adults with a range of difficulties.
Give your child confidence with yoga
Yoga classes are offered for children to help them develop flexibility, strength, emotional control, and improve balance and focus. Classes are fun-based learning where the instructor uses humour, play, music and stories to help children increase their self esteem and build confidence. Classes can be helpful for children who've been bullied and have lost confidence. It also helps improve social skills and can give kids a sense of achievement. Classes are available for children with disabilities including autism, aspergers, developmental delay, anxiety and behaviour programs.