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Dr. Jamie Chiu, Founder, The Brightly Network

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Feeling lost?
Don't know what to do?
..where to go?
..or who to see?

If you're feeling overwhelmed with the whole process of trying to find help, you're not alone!

I've helped many families figure out exactly what they need, what to do, and who's best for them.

My name is Dr. Jamie Chiu and I can help you navigate the best way forward based on what is important to you and your child.

After a consultation with me, you will walk away with an action plan so you'll know exactly what to do.”

Book a consultation with Jamie and get expert advice for your situation
Feeling lost?
Don't know what to do?
..where to go?
..or who to see?

If you're feeling overwhelmed with the whole process of trying to find help, you're not alone!

I've helped many families figure out exactly what they need, what to do, and who's best for them.

My name is Dr. Jamie Chiu and I can help you navigate the best way forward based on what is important to you and your child.

After a consultation with me, you will walk away with an action plan so you'll know exactly what to do.”

Book a consultation with Jamie and get expert advice for your situation
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Maybe it’s something you’ve observed on the playground. Or maybe its how they’ve been acting at home and perhaps you never gave it a thought but now a teacher is suggesting that your child may have a “problem”.

How do you know what’s normal behaviour and what is something that requires more attention?