Children Services

Play Therapy

Play Therapy for Children Children are different from adults in their expression of feelings. Play therapy makes use of the power of play to understand children’s conflicts and their reactions. Certain behaviors, feelings and thoughts of children go unnoticed since...

read more

Behavior Modification

Behavior Modification for Children Behavior modification comprises techniques that aid in modifying behavior in which rewards or punishments are used to establish desired habits. It is based on the idea that no child is born with a behavior problem and all behaviors...

read more

Special Education

Special Education for Children Children with special needs must be taught or trained in a specialised way. Our special educators make efforts so that the child overcomes his learning difficulty and learns in the best possible way. Special education is necessary in...

read more

Paediatric Physiotherapy

Paediatric Physiotherapy for Children Paediatric physiotherapy aids in maximizing children’s physical abilities and independence. Children with Cerebral palsy and other motor problems benefit from this form of treatment.

read more

Parental Counselling

Parental Counselling for Children Parents of children with psychological problems need to be equipped with skills to deal with them effectively. Dealing with children’s problems can often be stressful hence they need counselling to prevent them from getting...

read more

Multi-Sensory Therapy

Multi-Sensory Therapy for Children Therapists and educators make use of multi-sensory therapy to reduce the effects of sensory problems found in autistic children. It can also be used for children with developmental delay and sensory dysfunction. This therapy consists...

read more

Attention Skills Training

Attention Skills Training for Children Attention is a basic skill that we require in nearly all our daily tasks. For children, it enables them to focus on work at hand, learn new information, understand and remember things. The ability to attend is often poor in...

read more

Coping Skills Training

Coping Skills Training for Children Some behaviors are not helpful to humans such as aggression and impulsive behaviors. However aggressive and impulsive behavior are often used by children in response to stress. Coping skills training formulates a theory about how...

read more

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy for Children Occupational therapy is used to treat both physical and psychiatric conditions in clients. It makes use of self-care, work and play activities to increase independent functioning of the client. It further prevents disability by...

read more

Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy for Children Speech therapy is an important mode of treatment in many problems like Autism, developmental delay, stammering and even in ADHD in some cases. It helps in teaching children effective communication skills such as eye contact or phrasing....

read more

Family therapy

Often children’s problems like ADHD, oppositional define disorder, conduct disorder, and schizophrenia may have its roots in dysfunctional family systems. Family interactions that are marked by discord and disharmony can lead to behavioural problems. As a result of...

read more

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) for children is a short-term treatment procedure that focuses on teaching children and their parent strategies necessary for coping with problems in daily life. It involves a discussion about how thoughts, feelings and behaviour are...

read more

Behaviour Therapy

The goal of behaviour therapy focuses on increasing the child’s engagement in positive or rewarding activities. It also aims at eliminating undesirable behaviour and children. Behavioural problems in children such asanxiety related problems, depression andbed wetting...

read more

Medication

Medication can help reduce symptoms of inattentiveness, hyperactivity, impulsivity, depression and schizophrenia in children. Different children respond differently to psychiatric medication. Some improve drastically and some experience relatively modest benefits....

read more

Psychometric assessment

Psychological problems just like physical problems require formal testing. This is necessary for the purpose of diagnosis and treatment. Formal testing helps the psychologist or counsellor to gain more insight into the child’s problem and understand the severity of...

read more

Psychoeducation

Children’s problems are often ignored or misinterpreted. The symptoms of children’s problems are largely unknown by parents. They often rely on sources of information that may not provide them with genuine information. Wrong approaches to children’s problems can delay...

read more