About Dr. Lowe-Pearce
Dr. Crystal Lowe-Pearce provides intervention services to children, adolescents, and young adults. She has a particular interest in working with clients with disabilities. She has extensive experience working together with families and other professionals to best coordinate client care. Using her rehabilitation skill-set, Dr. Lowe-Pearce offers intervention to clients in a number of areas including emotional regulation, executive functioning, social skills, self-esteem, anxiety management, and functional daily living. She also offers behavioural intervention. Using a solution-focused coaching approach, Dr. Lowe-Pearce aims to help her clients develop practical strategies that they can apply to everyday life.
In addition to her direct intervention services, Dr. Lowe-Pearce offers workshops and consultation to care-providers and community groups. Dr. Lowe-Pearce often consults with families and other service providers in areas related to the assessment of Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and Intellectual Disabilities. She views assessments with a developmental perspective and can help to identify strengths and weaknesses, and provide recommendations that are practical and tailored to optimizing functioning within home, school, and community. Dr. Lowe-Pearce also provides consultation to community living and vocational environments, and using a developmental lens, can help with functional behaviour assessments and the development of individual behavioural plans.