Yes. We recognize that dealing with psychological health and well-being challenges can be a very difficult and stressful time for your child and your family. There is evidence that some psychological health problems do not get better on their own and need help from a qualified professional. Seeking help if often the hardest step to take and once you decide to do that the team at childrenplus will be with you all the way! The qualified and highly trained psychologists at childrenplus can help with accurate assessment and therapy.
Psychologists are educated in the science of how people feel, behave and react. They provide help with issues affecting psychological well-being of your child or teenager such as anxiety, depression, stress, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders and Learning Disorders as well as self harm. Psychologists do not prescribe medications but use a number of scientifically-supported tests and therapies (such as CBT, DBT, Family Therapy) to improve the psychological health and well-being of your child or teen.
At childrenplus we believe in holistic care. We recognize that psychological health challenges affect your child but often impact the whole family. We will work with your child or teenager but also involve parents in care. We always keep in mind that children and young people often have a right to a level of confidentiality regarding their work in sessions.
To an extent. Most thing discussed between you and your therapist are confidential and part of the therapy bond. However, if your psychologist feels that you are a risk to your self (such as experiencing suicidal ideas or self harming), they will discuss this with you before talking with your parents. Self harm ideas are often reflections of poor psychological health and our priority is your safety. Our experienced psychologist are skilled at discussing this with parents.
No, we offer assessment and psychological therapy only and do not prescribe medication. You will need to contact your paediatrician or psychiatrist to discuss medication options.
An Intelligence Quotient (IQ) test is an assessment that measures a range of cognitive abilities and provides a score that is intended to serve as a measure of an individual’s intellectual abilities and potential.
An I.Q. score is essentially a standard way of comparing intellectual ability with people of the same age.
IQ testing can be used for a wide range of purposes including:
Our Clinical Psychologists only use Gold Standard, internationally recognised tests such as the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC) and the Wechsler Individual Achievement Test (WIAT). These tests are widely accepted in most countries and educational institutions.
The process of ADHD diagnosis should involve the input of multiple sources of information including parents and teachers and include a thorough assessment of ADHD symptoms listed above. Specialist Child Psychologists at childrenplus Noida, can gather information and undertake a series of psychological assessment tasks to clarify the nature of the difficulties. As a result, they will be able to see if there are any other factors that may be leading to these problems. Child Psychologists can also be part of the management plan for the ADHD symptoms.
An IQ test (cognitive assessment) consists of a series of questions and tasks that measure understanding and problem-solving skills. Children usually enjoy the experience, as the tasks are similar to puzzles.
No. Only qualified and registered Clinical Psychologists can conduct and interpret IQ test results. All our testing psychologists are RCI-registered clinical psychologists.
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