The TriOptimal Learning Model™ focuses on the intersection between attachment, neuroplasticity and ecological theory in terms of academic achievement , and social emotional wellbeing as these are central concepts that help an individual overcome learning and wellness barriers.  The Model has expanded to address the social emotional needs of our children and how those needs that influence the child’s overall health wellness. The model is based on decades of academic and clinical research (attachment theory, ecological theory and neuroplasticity), personal application, and it successfully helps children with learning disabilities overcome their challenges and be successful in their learning.  The TriOptimal Learning Model ™ is compliant in both Canada and the United States in meeting Common Core and Curricular standards.


Who can use the Model?


• Educational Facilities (including teachers, administrators learning/teacher assistants,  support staff.

• Wellness community (Health Practitioners, parents, dieticians, nutritionist, Chiropractors, Medical Doctors,

  Weight loss coaches)

• Homeschool environments

• Social workers, probation officers and youth workers use the model with high risk populations.

• Individual families (parents and children) to support their children’s learning and social emotional wellbeing

  through online forums.




The model provides enhancement to students who have learning disabilities, as well as at-risk children, children affected by traumatic events, and those in the general population who struggle with their academic achievement.

The model provides a learning framework for written expression disorders (such as letter forming, mechanics and the semantics of sentence structures, organization

 and development of writing themes, and spelling).

The model provides instructional strategies to support reading, writing, and math for grades K-12 both in asynchronous and synchronous environments

The model provides a framework for social workers, teachers and instructors who are working with these types of students; to create the optimal environment for academic achievement.

The Model targets our executive functions in order to provide an optimal environment for strengthening our Behavioural and Cognitive functioning (such as planning and organization, initiative, shifting, working memory, impulse control).

The model provides a learning framework for specific learning disorders (such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia); Reading Disorders (such as phonetically awareness, tracking, reading fluency and comprehension); Mathematic Disorders (such as numeracy struggles, special awareness, working memory Challenges).

It provides online communities for students. parents and teachers to share ideas, interact with like minded people.


The TriOptimal Learning Model provides families with an understanding of how generational patterns influence our children’s health.

The model provides cognitive behavioral strategies to teach mindfulness for over coming emotional eating

The model provides effective strategies to help children form secure attachments with their caregivers.

The TriOptimal Learning Model utilizes systemic interventions for altering familial interaction cycles.

The TriOptimal Learning Model provides a learning framework for improving parent and child health literacy.

The TriOptimal Learning Model provides a learning framework to help children develop healthy emotion regulation to reduce their unhealthy behavioral responses to stress.

The TriOptimal Learning Model real, non-discriminatory  framework for altering habits and behaviors.