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Services for children
Behavior problems can occur in many places like the house , within the classroom, or on the
playground. Common behavior problems seen in our services are:
• Not following directions or rules
• Physical aggression like hitting, pinching, kicking, or throwing things
• Temper tantrums
• Poor impulse control
• Self injury like head-banging, hand-biting, self-rubbing and scratching
• Disruptive behaviors such as screaming or yelling
• Bedtime/sleep problems
• Toileting difficulties
• Social skill problems like not getting along side peers
• Habits like hair pulling, thumb sucking, or air swallowing
We evaluate the difficulty from many sides including examining the present environment (functional analysis), evaluating the child’s developmental and cognitive skills, and examining associated issues like intellectual disability, brain injury, or other neuro-developmental disorders. Our treatment approaches include conversation and demonstration of behavior management strategies, medication management, educational consultation, individual therapy, and family
counseling. We offer a thorough two-week outpatient treatment program as well as outpatient clinic services.
Physical aggression like hitting, pinching, kicking, or throwing things, temper tantrums, Poor impulse control.
Self-injury like head-banging, hand-biting, self-rubbing and scratching Disruptive behaviors like screaming or yelling
Children’s temperaments differ and thus they’re quite different in their ability to deal with stress
and daily hassles. Some are easygoing naturally and adjust easily to events and new situations.
Others are terrified off balance by changes in their lives.
Features and behaviours related to major emotional disorder and/or behavioural problems may
include: aggressive or anti-social behaviour; inattentiveness; distractibility and impulsiveness;
impaired social interactions; a general inability to affect the repetitive of daily tasks; obsessive
and repetitive behaviours; attention-seeking behaviours like negative interactions or a poor
attitude towards work, peers or teachers; and depressed behaviours like withdrawal, anxiety and
mood swings. Some students with emotional disorder and/or behavioural problems have negative
self concepts and low self-esteem. In the classroom, students could also be frequently off-task
and should adversely affect the training of some others. Students may have difficulties working
in groups and in forming relationships. Students may demonstrate aggression towards others or
refuse to co-operate
Concerns for Children are:
• Bullying/cyber bullying (61%)
• Not enough exercise (60%)
• Unhealthy eating (57%)
• Drug abuse (56%)
• Internet safety (55%)
• Child abuse and neglect (53%)
• Suicide (45%)
• Depression (44%)
• Teen pregnancy (43%)
• Stress (43%)
Developmental concerns include delays or abnormal patterns of development in the areas of
communication/language, motor skills, problem-solving or social and adaptive behavior. These
concerns are usually supported comparison to other children an equivalent age. Many children
with developmental fears have problems in several areas. Children through developmental
concerns may be evaluated by a neurodevelopmental pediatrician, child neurologist, or other
physician to assess for underlying disorders or medical conditions that may lead to the
developmental concerns. Evaluations by specialists in speech-language pathology, physiotherapy
, physical therapy and neuropsychology are often important to understanding and treating these
The sensitive component consists of severe emotional distress at the time attending school. The
behavioral component manifests as school attendance difficulties. School refusal isn’t classified
as a disorder by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
School refusal describes the disorder of a toddler who refuses to travel to high school on a daily
basis or has problems staying in class.
Children with school refusal may complain of physical symptoms shortly before it’s time to go
away for college or repeatedly ask to go to the varsity nurse. If the kid is allowed to remain
home, the symptoms quickly disappear, only to reappear subsequent morning. In some cases a
toddler may refuse to go away the house.
Common bodily symptoms include headaches, stomachaches, nausea, or diarrhea. But tantrums,
stubbornness, separation anxiety, avoidance, and defiance may show up, too.
Services for Adolescents
Social isolation is a condition of comprehensive or near-complete lack of contact amid an individual and society. It is dissimilar from loneliness, which reflects momentary and unintentional lack of contact with other beings in the world.
Under confusion, person feel the fight to pay thought and person undergo a lack of ability to reason out and act suitably and make verdicts. But your career is no pushover matter that you can leave to destiny. The best way to face up to career confusion is to recognize your passion.
Self-harm, also known as self-injury. It is defined as the planned, direct hurting of body tissue, done without any purpose to commit suicide. Other terms such as cutting and self-mutilation have been used for any self-harming behavior regardless of suicidal intent.
Suicidal ideation (or suicidal thoughts) is thinking about, considering, or planning suicide. It is not a analysis for the DSM-5, but is rather a symptom of many mental disorders.
Body image issues are a common problem. Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) is a psychological disorder that involves a misunderstanding of one or more body areas. Individuals with BDD perceive a imperfection or flaw in their appearance that is either very small or fictional.
People are often described as having either high self-esteem, meaning they think very well of themselves and their talents, or low confidence, meaning they are filled with doubts and condemnations about themselves and their capabilities. People with low self-esteem may experience many problems in their lives.
A range of psychological illnesses characterized by anomalous or troubled eating habits (such as anorexia nervosa). It is a potentially life- hreatening eating disorder categorized by an abnormally low body weight, strong fear of gaining weight, and a distorted perception of weight or shape
A chronic mental health condition in which social interactions become the main cause of irrational anxiety.
For people with social anxiety disorder, everyday social communications cause irrational anxiety, terror, self-consciousness and awkwardness.
Symptoms may include extreme fear of situations in which one may be judged, concern about embarrassment or humiliation or concern about offending someone.
Talk therapy and antidepressants can help proliferate confidence and improve ability to interact with others
Family conflict refers to vigorous disagreement between family members. Fights may include different arrangements of family members: it can be conflict within the couple or between parents and kids or, again, between siblings. Family conflict develops when members of a family have different principles or lookouts, when people misinterpret each other, when someone gets hurt feelings and develops resentment, and when miscommunication leads to mistaken assumptions and subsequent arguments.
Couples get into troubles when they’re frightened to be honest — usually because they think the reality will upset their partner and might jeopardize the relationship. They don’t express their hurt or to ask for the love or support they want, or they do so in a way that’s critical or blaming
Excessive use of psychoactive drugs, such as alcohol, pain medications or illegal drugs. It can lead to physical, social or emotional harm. Substance abuse can simply be defined as a pattern of harmful use of any substance for mood-altering purposes. “Substances” can include alcohol and other drugs (illegal or not) as well as some substances that are not drugs at all.
Aims to clarify the doubts that people have about marriage before they actually get into it. Helping two individuals comprehend their fears about marriage, solving greater doubts about major decisions like children and money. Premarital counseling helps couples increase their ability to interconnect, set genuine expectations for marriage and develop conflict-resolution skills. In addition, premarital counseling can help couples establish a positive attitude about looking for help down the road.
A group of circumstances associated with the rise or lowering of a person’s mood, such as depression or bipolar complaint. Depression is a mood disorder that causes a stubborn feeling of sadness and loss of interest. Also called major depressive sickness or clinical depression, it affects how you sense, reason and behave and can lead to a variety of emotional and physical difficulties
A mental health disorder characterised by moods of disquiet, anxiety or fear that are tough enough to affect with one’s daily activities.
Examples of anxiety disorders include panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. Symptoms include stress that’s out of amount to the influence of the event, inability
to set aside a worry and restlessness. Treatment includes counseling or medication
An intelligence quotient (IQ) is a total score resulting from a set of standardized tests or subtests planned to assess human intelligence. For modern IQ tests, the median raw score of the norming sample is defined as IQ 100 and scores each standard deviation (SD) up or down are demarcated as 15 IQ points greater or less. By this definition, approximately two-thirds of the population scores are between IQ 85 and IQ 115. About 2.5 percent of the population scores above 130, and 2.5 percent below 70.
An aptitude test is an exam used to describe an individual’s tendency to prosper in a given activity. Aptitude tests assume that individuals have characteristic strengths and weaknesses, and have a natural feeling toward success or failure in specific areas based on their inborn characteristics.
A self-report inventory in which the applicant is required to express likes or dislikes for a range of actions and attitudes. Interest assessments typically ask you a series of questions about what you like and don’t like to do. Then they match your likes and dislikes to professions. When you choose a career that equals your overall interests, you’re more likely to enjoy your job.
A personality test is a tool used to measure human personality. Personality testing and assessment mention to techniques designed to measure the distinctive patterns of traits that people exhibit across various circumstances. Personality is something that we informally measure and describe every day.