If you find yourself on this page, you are likely a concerned parent or caregiver of a child or adolescent facing challenges in some aspect of their academic and/or home life. Having a child who struggles with learning can feel overwhelming. These struggles can deeply affect their self-esteem, peer relationships, feelings about school, and family dynamics. For many families, it is a stressful and isolating experience. But it doesn’t have to be. With accurate identification, effective intervention, and compassionate support from a dedicated professional, you can empower yourself to help your child thrive. This is the very reason behind the creation of Bloom Psychology. Although I adore working with children, the most fulfilling aspect of my work is building connections with parents and caregivers. It is an honour to walk alongside families in their unique journeys, as they acquire the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to face this challenge with confidence.
My name is Jennifer Rokosh, and I am a registered Psychologist practicing in Calgary, Alberta. With over 15 years of experience in both the public school system and private practice, I have gained extensive knowledge of the developmental issues affecting children aged from 5 years through to young adulthood. I am experienced with assessment, diagnosis, and intervention planning for children and adolescents with a diverse range of needs. These include learning disorders such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia, as well as intellectual disabilities, giftedness, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), language disorders, as well as social-emotional concerns, including mood and anxiety disorders. I specialize in providing intervention for children dealing with reading and writing difficulties, including those with dyslexia. Additionally, I provide interventions specifically designed to help children navigate the unique complexities of ADHD and executive functioning challenges.
In my downtime, I love to putter around my vegetable garden, explore the mountains, cook, read, and spend time with my wonderful family and our loyal canine companions, Neko and Bruno.
I take a comprehensive, collaborative, and strength-based approach to my work with children, and I am committed to providing the highest standard of psychological services that draw from evidence-based practices. I strive to foster warm, respectful, and collaborative relationships with my clients, their families, and fellow professionals. Above all, I hope that our work together will lead to your child feeling confident and achieving success.
As a parent of two young children, I empathize with the challenges of parenting. It is my privilege to partner with families in our shared mission of helping children and young people reach their full potential and discover their paths to success.
I received my Master of Science in School and Applied Child Psychology from the University of Calgary, and am registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists, as well as a member of the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta. Additionally, I am a certified Associate with the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators.