Kodawise - Dr. Aileen Mosig

Dr. Aileen Mosig provides comprehensive neuropsychological and educational assessments and counseling to children, adolescents, couples and families. Dr. Mosig’s approach is solution-focused, strength-based, and client-centered, with consideration and appreciation for the depth of individual and cultural diversity. She has a background in humanistic, cognitive behavioral, behavioral medicine, existential and Eastern psychological traditions. In addition, Dr. Mosig has experience leading groups through workshops on life skills development, anxiety management, anger management, chronic pain & stress management, meditation, relaxation training, and positive thinking.
 
Dr. Mosig’s area of passion is helping gifted and twice-exceptional children and families. She is active in the gifted community and has had success with her own gifted children, one of whom is twice exceptional, whom she has helped overcome severe sensory difficulties and to excel socially. Dr. Mosig is available to make suggestions/referrals with regard to gifted and homeschooling resources.

services

 

theraputic services

Comprehensive counseling for children, adolescents, adults and families. Specializing in gifted and talented individuals. Counseling for depression, anxiety, emotional regulation, stress management, managing intensity, help developing coping and interpersonal relationship skills. 

Dr. Mosig’s approach is solution-focused, strength-based, and client-centered, with consideration and appreciation for the depth of individual and cultural diversity.

testing & assessments

Comprehensive neuropsychological and educational assessments for children, adolescents and adults. Assessments will address remediations and accommodations for lagging skills and acceleration and growth for advanced skills.

educational workshops

Dr. Mosig has experience leading groups for life skill development, anxiety management and a variety of coping skills. 

Address: 
21710 Stevens Creek Blvd., Suite 120
95014 Cupertino , CA
US
Updated: 
Tue, Jun 30, 2020: 10:20 am
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