Remedial Education

Remedial Education

Remedial education is suited for students of average or high intellectual abilities who are struggling in school. Such students usually do not have intellectual challenges but face difficulties in core academic areas of reading, writing and mathematics. It is also...
SOCIAL SKILL TRAINING

SOCIAL SKILL TRAINING

Social skills represent a set of competencies that (1) facilitate initiating and maintaining positive social relationships, (2) contribute to peer acceptance and friendship development, (3) result in satisfactory school adjustment, and (4) allow individuals to cope...
ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT THERAPY

ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT THERAPY

A relatively new approach, Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT) uses behavioural techniques in combination with an emphasis on clients’ use of language to alleviate client distress. Here, the focus is on accepting a feeling, event, or situation rather than avoiding...
Coping Skills Training

Coping Skills Training

As they grow and develop, all children encounter situations where they feel worried, nervous and sometimes even scared. Some behaviours are not helpful to humans such as aggression and impulsive behaviours. However aggressive and impulsive behaviour are often used by...
COUNSELLING

COUNSELLING

Counselling professional assistance in coping with personal problems, including emotional, behavioural, vocational, marital, educational, rehabilitation, and life-stage (e.g., retirement) problems. The counsellor makes use of techniques of active listening, guidance,...
Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET)

Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET)

Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) is based on principles of motivational psychology and is designed to produce rapid, internally motivated change. The MET approach begins with the assumption that the responsibility and capability for change lie within the client....