What is

Child Psychology

Child Psychology is one of the sub-division of psychology which deals not only with how children grow physically, but with their mental, emotional and social development as well.
Who will need these Programs/Services?
These programs/services are for infants/children/adolescents ranging from 2 months of age to 18 years. These include children having:
Developmental delays
Mental Retardation
ADHD (Hyperactivity)
Learning Disabilities
Academic Problems
Speech related problems
Neurological problems like Cerebral Palsy/Down Syndrome
Conductive disorders like aggression, naughty, lying, stealing
Emotional problems
Eating problems
Bad Habits like nail biting, thumb sucking, bed wetting
Mental issues
Improper Body language
Anxiety/Stress/Lack of Confidence
Examination fear/stress
Other psychological and mental health problems
What happens in a Psychology Session?
Intensive Psychotherapy and Counseling
Behavioural and Emotional Assessment
Personality Assessment and Testing
Testing for Mental Health Disorders
Testing for Learning Disorders
Neuropsychological Testing
Psychodiagnostic Evaluation
IQ Testing/DQ Testing
Developmental Assessment
Parent Counseling and Training