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Here's how you are going to improve your child's life.

Childhood is the foundation of our adult life. As the child grows from birth into adulthood, various genetic, environmental, and cultural factors affect their development. Child psychology studies how these factors affect the mind and behavior of the child as they develop.

Why is it Important?

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Every child is different. Understanding this difference and establishing the right communication patterns to connect with the child, becomes the key to development. This can only be achieved by recognizing what constitutes an age-appropriate development in a child.

Frequently it has been seen that due to a delay in identifying any lag in achieving the development milestones, the child does not get the timely support required. Inevitably the condition worsens and in some cases irreversible. Therefore, early identification and intervention plays a very critical role in any of the conditions related to child psychology.  

Childhood Disorders 

Childhood Disorders – WHO (World Health Organization) estimates that 10% of children and adolescents experience some nature of mental health concerns out of which half of them originate before 14 years of age. Most of the time it is assumed that children do not feel any stress, or they do not get worried. However, contrary to the popular belief, early negative experiences at home, school, in today’s digital world, bullying, discrimination, exposure to verbal/physical violence, have serious and adverse effects on psychological, emotional, and social well-being of the child. These adverse effects when ignored can sometimes turn into childhood disorders which encompasses neuro-developmental disorders (like Autism Spectrum Disorder – ASD, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder – ADHD, Learning Disability – LD, Intellectual Disability – ID), emotional disorders (like Major Depressive Disorder – Depression, Anxiety Disorder) and behavioural disorder (like Conduct Disorder). There can be multiple causes for these disorders. The more important aspect is early identification, assessment, and therapeutic intervention.

Our Solutions For Your Child's Well Being.

Course #1

Comprehensive Child Evaluation

WHO (World Health Organization) estimates that 10% of children and adolescents experience some nature of mental health concerns out of which half of them originate before 14 years of age. Most of the time it is assumed that children do not feel any stress, or they do not get worried. However, contrary to the popular belief, early negative experiences at home, school, in today’s digital world, bullying, discrimination, exposure to verbal/physical violence, have serious and adverse effects on psychological, emotional, and social well-being of the child.

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These adverse effects when ignored can sometimes turn into childhood disorders which encompasses neuro-developmental disorders (like Autism Spectrum Disorder – ASD, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder – ADHD, Learning Disability – LD, Intellectual Disability – ID), emotional disorders (like Major Depressive Disorder – Depression, Anxiety Disorder) and behavioural disorder (like Conduct Disorder). There can be multiple causes for these disorders. The more important aspect is early identification, assessment, and therapeutic intervention. 

Learn how to do Parent-Interview/Consultation

Assessing children poses a lot many challenges. In most of the situation the parents would have sought after the consultation and not the child. In some situations, the child may be able to verbalize what has been troubling him/her, as in describe the symptoms, but for the duration and origin, parents/caregivers become the more informed source. Due to this complexity, comprehensive consultation with the parents/caregivers/multiple sources becomes essential. This would include details of family history (medical & psychological), information regarding development of the child from birth to current age and relevant psycho-social stressor

Child History Taking and Mental Status Examination

Any kind of psychological/developmental evaluation of a child is mostly initiated by the parents or referred by the school teacher. This could be because the parent/school have noticed that the child is not performing or does not have skills appropriate to his/her age. As the child cannot differentiate his skills from past to present, extensive and structured ‘history taking’ becomes essential to ascertain the cause of the concern. All psychological evaluation of children needs to be done in cultural, family, school and geographical context. From orientation of the child to time, place and person to how has he been feeling needs to be collaborated to identify the child’s areas of concern.

Price

₹3999

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Course #2

Developmental Profile 3 (DP3)

The Developmental Profile 3 or DP III is a well established standardized measure of overall child development. DP3 utilizes inputs from parents and caregivers in an interview format to provide scores in 5 areas of development - Physical, Adaptive Behavior, Social-emotional, cognitive and communication domains. It is designed to assess development and functioning of children from birth to 12 years.

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This test can also be applied in adults where significant delay is present and adaptive and developmental skills need to be documented (for example in Intellectual Disability).

Price

₹3999

Course #3

Diagnostic Assessments for Children

Any kind of psychological/developmental evaluation of a child is mostly initiated by the parents or referred by the school teacher. This could be because the parent/school have noticed that the child is not performing or does not have skills appropriate to his/her age. As the child cannot differentiate his skills from past to present, extensive and structured ‘history taking’ becomes essential to ascertain the cause of the concern.

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Childhood Autism Rating Scale™ -Standard

The Childhood Autism Rating Scale™, Second Edition, (CARS™2) helps to identify children 2 years of age and older with Autism, distinguishing them from children with other developmental disorders. The results obtained on CARS-2 helps in diagnostic feedback to parents, characterizing functional profiles, and guiding intervention planning. It is used on children who are below 6 years of age.

Childhood Autism Rating Scale™ - High Functioning.

Gillberg & Ehlers, 1998, originally came up with High Functioning Autism (HFA) in 1980’s. They used this term for individuals who have developed verbal communication skills and have intellectual abilities measured in the average range and meet the diagnostic criteria for Autism Spectrum Disorder. The CARS – HF as a part of CARS 2 manual was developed as an alternative to the original CARS in helping to identify children who could be diagnosed with Asperger’s Disorder and high functioning individuals with Autism. It can be administered with children who are above 6 years of age, are verbally fluent and have IQ above 80.

Attention Deficit Hyper Activity Disorder.

Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder – ADHD with CONNERS 3rd Edition
Recent research indicates that almost 10% of school going children could be diagnosed with ADHD. Almost half of them remain undetected because of which they do not receive timely help. CONNERS 3rd Edition is a thorough and focused assessment of ADHD and its most common comorbid problems and disorder in children and adolescents. The CONNERS 3 is a multi-informant assessment of children and adolescents between 6 and 18 years-of-age that takes into account home, social and school settings.

Price

₹6999

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With any of the above programs for FREE

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  • Role of Nutrition in Early Childhood - Dr. Lalit Mittal

  • Parent Insights - Ms. Monisha Acharya

  • Language Development in 0-6 Years - Ms. Nicola Lathey

  • How Music and Rhythm Impact in Early Childhood? - Ms. Kamala Prakash

  • How Play Therapy Makes a Huge Difference in Early Childhood? - Ms. Lucy Bowen

And lot more sessions from the Summit

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Enroll in all three and get our exclussive discount

  • Childhood Disorders course. (Value: ₹5999)

  • Developmental Assessments course (Value: ₹5999)

  • Childhood Diagnostic Assessments (Value: ₹9999)

  • Bonus- Early Intervention Summit.

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Have Questions?
We Have Answers.

Will I be able to administer the psychological assessment?

Yes. These courses would help you learn about how to administer the assessments, how to score and how to interpret the scoring. You would be able to do the complete assessment on your own.

Can I practice as a psychologist after completing this course?

Any individual with a master (MA) in psychology can practice as a psychologist. Childhood assessments are a very important part of being a psychologist. This course would help you to become a well-rounded professional.

Will I be able to diagnose childhood disorders like ADHD and ASD?

Yes. Child assessments are a way to help professional confirm a diagnosis so that appropriate therapy interventions can be planned for the child in order to help them. These courses would teach you how to conduct and interpret the results, helping to ascertain a diagnosis.

Is it important to learn how to administer childhood assessments?

To come to an appropriate diagnosis is a very important skill set when practicing as a child psychologist. One way to establish a diagnosis is through psychological assessments. Therefore, it becomes imperative to have the knowledge and be up to date with the latest assessments in the field.