Georgia Argyle


The conditions required to learn are different for everyone. We want to help you find the accommodations and conditions that are best for you so that you can move out into the world confident in your own skills and abilities.


Education Consulting


Georgia provides education consultation services to individuals, families and organizations seeking support in determining individual education needs in the moment and over the lifespan.


Education Advocacy


Advocacy services provide students, families and organizations with support in securing accessible education. Every child has the right to learn and advocacy support helps ensure that the best interests of the student are being promoted.




  Professional education consultation


  Individual education planning


  Classroom and home observation


  Comprehensive reporting and recommendations


  Self-advocacy training


  In person and online advocacy support



Our team offers consultation services and program recommendations to individuals and organisations to determine the best education pathway. We observe the learning and behaviour strategies of individual students to understand how they process information and what supports they need then provide comprehensive reports to guide program development.


Student advocacy is the foundation of our services and our team provides these supports to ensure implementation of recommendations and accommodations. We attend meetings to represent the student’s needs, teach students to self advocate and provide workshops and instructional materials to improve lesson delivery.


We provide individual tutoring services for students from Kindergarten to Grade 12. We offer support with subject-specific content, scheduling, research, project development, editing, and study skills. In addition we help students develop adaptation skills and strategies to make school more accessible. Sessions are 50 minutes long.

Georgia Argyle

As an Education Consultant, I bring over 20 years of experience working in management, education, special needs support, and student advocacy. For the past five years, I have been working with Jodi Bergman as the co-founder of Bergman and Argyle Counselling and Consulting where we design education programming for students with diverse learning needs and styles.

I have worked with children in a variety of caregiving and educational settings from large groups to one-on-one support. Through these experiences, I have come to recognize the need to expand education services and support through a collaborative model that is child-centred and developmentally appropriate. This approach ensures that each child receives the care and adaptations they need to succeed.

Working with students from age 2.5 to 23 years I have ensured the delivery of developmentally appropriate learning support for each age and ability. My personal study of Gordon Neufeld and Gabor Maté’s work on attachment and relationship has provided the foundation for my work with children. I begin with building trust through connection, then move into goal setting and academic work which allows me to support the student without resistance or anxiety. As an education consultant, I use these same skills and strategies to guide the education team towards a shared goal of best practices for the student.

Education and Certification

Master of Arts

  Currently enrolled in Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies – Educational Studies

Bachelor of Professional Arts

  Human Services Degree with a special needs education focus area


  Early Childhood Education with a special needs education focus area

Relationship Skills Development – with Gordon Neufeld

  Using the foundational building blocks of attachment to create connections with the children in our care

Compassionate Communication Training – with Marshall Rosenberg

  Also known as Non-violent Communication this training provides the tools and resources for communication that is supportive and open, fostering peace and understanding

Social Inclusion Training – with Kim John Payne

  A program to support the varied social roles that students find themselves in throughout their formative interactions and to help the entire school community find a place of accommodation and inclusion

Literacy Links with Kathy Rollheiser

  Reading support program developed by the Calgary Academy


Every child deserves a champion: an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection and insists they become the best they can possibly be. – Rita Pierson

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