The child and adolescent psychiatrist is is specialised on difficulties of thinking, feeling and/or behaviour affecting children, adolescents and their families.
Their role is to help students, families, educators, and members of the community understand and resolve both long-term, chronic problems.
Clinical Psychology is the integration of a wide array of disciplines and the application of scientific knowledge for the purpose of understanding, preventing and alleviating emotional, social and behavioural issues.
Mental health professionals at our centre use clinical observations, tests and other assessment tools to measure and observe a client’s behavior to arrive at a conclusion.
A number of our interventions have been formatted to be delivered to groups of individuals who share similar goals or who are experiencing similar difficulties.
Teletherapy, also known as online therapy, e-therapy, or video therapy, is any remote therapy that uses a virtual platform to help therapists and clients communicate.
As a team we organize and offer seminars and other educational workshops focused on specific topics that can be attended on a case-by-case basis.
Special educational needs teachers work with children and young people who need extra support, or require an advanced programme of learning, in order to reach their full academic potential.
The role of a Counselling Psychologist is to help people improve their emotion regulation skills, manage anxiety and depression.
In the Occupational Therapy process, initially the person is assessed holistically using assessment tools, interviews and clinical observations.
Art therapy is a mental health practice that combines psychotherapeutic theories with the visual arts.
The role of a clinical dietitian is to deal with nutrition difficulties on an individual and group level.
Art Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses art materials and the creative process as its primary mode of expression and communication.
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