Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being.
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We cover topics often seen in children from toddler, preschooler, school-age through adolescence and early adulthood.
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Our Child Mental Health program will help you immediately with:
Symptom Reduction: Our educational program can effectively reduce and alleviate the symptoms of various mental health conditions, such as anxiety disorders, depression, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and conduct disorders. It helps children learn coping strategies to manage their symptoms more effectively.
Improved Emotional Regulation: Our doctors help you to identify, understand, and manage their emotions. You will learn healthy ways to express themselves and cope with difficult feelings, leading to improved emotional regulation.
Enhanced Problem-Solving Skills: Therapy helps children develop problem-solving and decision-making skills. They learn to approach challenges and conflicts in a constructive and adaptive manner.
Increased Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence: Psychological treatment can boost a child’s self-esteem and self-confidence by helping them recognize their strengths and build a positive self-image.
Better Communication: Therapy encourages effective communication skills, which are essential for building healthy relationships with family members, peers, and teachers. Children learn to express their thoughts and feelings more openly and assertively.
Stress Management: Children are taught stress management techniques to deal with academic pressures, peer relationships, and other stressors. These skills are invaluable for reducing anxiety and improving overall well-being.
Enhanced Coping Skills: Psychological treatment equips children with a range of coping skills to manage stress, anxiety, anger, and other challenging emotions. They learn how to cope with setbacks and adversity.
Academic Improvement: For children struggling with academic issues related to mental health challenges (e.g., ADHD, learning disorders, anxiety affecting school performance), therapy can lead to improved focus, organization, and study habits.
Improved Relationships: Therapy can help children develop healthier relationships with family members, peers, and authority figures. It encourages empathy, conflict resolution skills, and the ability to navigate social situations more effectively.
Reduced Risk of Future Mental Health Issues: Early intervention through therapy can reduce the risk of more severe mental health issues in the future. It provides children with tools to manage their emotions and cope with life’s challenges.
Increased Resilience: Children in therapy learn resilience, which enables them to bounce back from adversity, setbacks, and traumatic experiences more effectively.
Family Support and Education: Psychological treatment often includes family therapy or parent counseling, which can provide parents and caregivers with the tools and knowledge to support their child’s mental health.
Prevention of Self-Harming Behaviors: For children at risk of self-harming behaviors or suicidal thoughts, therapy can be a lifeline, providing them with strategies to cope with their emotional pain and seek help when needed.
Personal Growth: Psychological treatment can facilitate personal growth and self-discovery, helping children build a foundation for a healthier and more fulfilling life.
Child Mental Health Program for parents
Professional Assistance for Parents
Attention deficit hyperactivity syndrome (ADHD)
Raising special needs child/ren
Parents having relationship issues
Non-pharmacological strategies to help
Various types of treatment for special needs child/ren
Review mental hygiene
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