Guiding Little Minds.

We have created a 5 step proven method to manage your child’s behaviour, learning and concentration problems, and guide their little minds to unlock their full potential and secure their future.

Why Guide Little Minds?

Do you feel like a parent with “butterfly wings” flapping against a tornado?

Your emotions of helplessness, worry, and guilt, combined with a child without friends, low grades, mood disturbances, behaviour and learning problems, can seem overwhelming.

They are leaving you to feel that your child is the only one experiencing difficulties.

As a paediatrician with 20 years of experience and a specialised interest in developmental neurology, I have dedicated the past twenty years solving these problems.

Giving you the skills to support your child.

“With 20 years of experience managing thousands of children, and passionate about managing problems in children, from pre-school through to teenagers and young adults. These include problems with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, conduct, developmental, and learning problems. I have gathered around myself, a multidisciplinary team of educators, therapists and practice staff to respond to any problem no matter how large or small.”  – Dr John Flett

Our Education Programs


New Parent

We have designed courses for new parents who are looking for tips  on pre-birth and post-birth to help with several different areas, from what to expect to sleep advice


ADHD Parent

Our ADHD courses have been created to help parents with children with ADHD. These include support courses, what to eat, play or exercise ideas. They have been created to help ease anxiety for you.



Not only do we want to educate our parents, but with the challenges of learning issues in the 21st century, we feel the necessity to empower our incredible teachers.

Interesting Facts on ADHD


Average age of diagnosis

Symptoms usually show up between ages 3-6. Kids with more severe ADHD usually get diagnosed around age 5.

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ADHD Increase in Children

Children diagnosed with ADHD increased  between 2003 and 2011.

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Known about ADHD

Symptoms in children were first described in the 1700s and 1800s. The earliest, modern description of ADHD was written by pediatrician Sir George Frederic Still in 1902. 

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Boys Compared to Girls

Boys are twice as likely as girls to be diagnosed with ADHD – around 12 percent of boys and six percent of girls. 

1 in 4 childen with ADHD have a parent who has ADHD too.

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Does your Gifted Child have ADHD?

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