Paediatric Psychology is a field of research and practice that refers to the treatment of a wide range of issues and disorders that affect children and their families. The services provided include administering tests, conducting research, and engaging in therapy sessions with individuals, families, and groups.
Our clinical psychologists meet with clients to identify and resolve problems – emotional, mental, cognitive and behavioural – in their lives. Through observation, interviews and assessments, the psychologist delves deep into the human mind and finds out what the root cause of the problem is. They will also diagnose any existing or potential psychological disorders. When working with children, they concentrate on learning and cognitive disorders. Psychologists monitor the client’s progress regularly to ensure that their needs are met by the course of action, and to adjust it if necessary.
Our developmental psychologists focus on the growth and development of humans throughout the lifespan. They explore virtually every aspect of human development including physical, cognitive, intellectual, emotional and social growth. They focus on the question of nature vs. nurture. Which of our behaviors and developmental milestones are influenced by our genetic background? Which aspects are influenced by the environment and circumstances in which we were raised? They also provide developmental screenings, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) diagnosis, as well as mental health support for individuals and parenting skills for parents.
Our educational psychologists work with parents, children and teachers to improve the educational, social and emotional outcomes for children and young people. They consider how early childhood development, life experiences, learning processes and teaching approaches affect outcomes. They work alongside others to develop interventions that improve these. Our team conduct a number of standardised assessment and diagnostic measures for children such as IQ assessments, individual achievement tests, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Specific Learning Disability (SLD), and Intellectual Disability (ID) diagnoses.
What Does Clinical Psychology Help You With?
- Identification of psychological, emotional or behavioural issues
- IQ Assessment
- Behaviour Intervention/ Management
- Consultation and Intervention for Parents
- Academic Achievement and Support
- Individual learning methods
- Teaching methods
- The instructional process
- Developmental Disabilities
- Early Intervention
- Behavioural Issues
- Self esteem and Emotional Regulation
Some of our standardised assessments include:
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