Frequently Ask Questions

Education is the Key

Managing your children who are suspected of using illegal drugs

How do I know if my son/daughter is using an illegal drug?

There are likely tell-tale signs. For instance, there may be changes in the physical, behavioural and psychological aspects of your child. The following are some examples:


  • Drop in performance/attendance at school

  • Tendency  to get into trouble in school or outside of school frequently

  • Behaving secretively or suspiciously

  • Unexplained needs for more money or having financial problems

  • Appears fearful, anxious, or paranoid for no apparent reason

  • Often appears lethargic or ‘spaced out’; lacking motivation.

  • Sudden/frequent anger outbursts, mood swings or irritability

  • Unexplained change in personality or attitude, particularly a negative change

  • Unusual hyperactivity, agitation, or giddiness for short periods of time

Education is the key. Prevention is better than cure.



ducation is the key to seek therapy for a variety of reasons, from dealing with anxiety or depression to coping with major life challenges. It can also be managing childhood trauma or as simple as desiring to see personal growth and achieve greater self-knowledge.


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