A healthy childhood means being fit both physically and mentally. It involves reaching emotional and developmental milestones at an appropriate age, and learning social skills as they enter an increasingly social life. Mentally and emotionally healthy children are believed to have a better quality of life and are better equipped to face adversities as adults.
We often hear that each child is special in a different way. So, we can be sure to say that each child has different needs, a different way to be healthy, and as parents and community, we ought to take steps to understand child’s unique perspectives about their needs and goals.
Psychological analysis isn’t just about diagnosing an illness or disability – it also involves finding the latent strengths and weaknesses that your child has. What are their likes and dislikes, their hidden talents, or where does their true potential lie?
Seeds of a successful future can be sown at an early age by identifying these signs, creating a positive environment, eliminating maladaptive behavior, and modifying negative emotions. As a new-age parent, take that first step towards giving your child a future that is just for them. Consider it a present, for their future.
There are various structured psychological assessments to evaluate a child’s emotional and behavioural well-being, career preferences, academic difficulties, social skills, etc. Early detection leads to early interventions and early interventions lead to an enriching and functional adulthood.
Discover innate strengths and weakness and reveal hidden talents
Understanding areas and subjects of interests and disinterests
Understanding their nature and temperament
Examine emotional reactivity to crisis situations and phobia
Understand their level of adjustment to the society and peer groups.
Gives a holistic idea of their personality and stress levels.
Strengthens interpersonal communication and interaction skills
Greater self-acceptance and self-esteem
Ability to change self-defeating behaviours/habits
Better expression and management of emotions, including anger
Proper management of depression, anxiety or other mental health disorders
Increased confidence and self-worth
Ability to manage stress efficiently
Improved problem solving and conflict resolution abilities
Enhances attention span and ability to concentrate
Provides direction for self-discovery.
Helps them become more self-aware – they get to know who they are – their values, beliefs and the goals they wish to pursue.
It gives them a sense of direction and makes them clearer on what they want to achieve.
Develops an ease in prioritizing tasks
Increases motivation and develop action-oriented mind set
There will be tough times in life, but this program helps build confidence and resilience to deal with difficult life situations
They will be able to savour and make meaningful relationships with others.
Helps them deal with self-doubts and manage their emotions well.
Develops care and consideration for events in their life.