Psychological Interventions​

Following a clinical assessment, intervention may be recommended and provided by one of our team members either individually for both child and adult clients, or in combination with parent training for our child clients. The interventions that we offer entails a wide variety of methods according to the problems at hand. After assessments, we usually custom the intervention to the needs of our clients and we prioritize the intervention towards the most pressing issues.

Individual Therapy for Children

Individual therapy sessions with a child entail meeting initially with the parents to discuss concerns, followed by working one-on-one with the child to commence therapy and target such concerns. We ensure that parents are involved in individual therapy sessions and inform parents at the end of each session about the skills being taught and strategies that can be implemented in the home environment in order to assist their children.

Individual Therapy for Adults

Individual therapy sessions with an adult entails meeting and discussing with the client on how to help him or her by looking at the client’s expectations and goals of the therapy. The session can also include the individual’s family members or spouse if agreed by the client.

Among our provided psychological interventions

  • Play therapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses play to communicate with and help people, especially children, to prevent or resolve psychosocial challenges. This is thought to help them towards better social integration, growth and development, emotional modulation, and trauma resolution.
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a short-term, goal-oriented psychotherapy treatment that takes a hands-on, practical approach to problem-solving. Its goal is to change patterns of thinking or behavior behind people’s difficulties, and so change the way they feel.
  • Behavior Therapy is focused on helping an individual understand how changing their behavior can lead to changes in how they are feeling. The goal of behaviour therapy is usually focused on increasing the person’s engagement in positive or socially reinforcing activities.
  • Group Play Therapy is play therapy done in a group of not more than 10 children in the presence of an adult whose relationship to the group may vary from passive observation to active interpretation.
  • Social Skills Training (SST) is a form of behavior therapy used by teachers, therapists, and trainers to help persons who have difficulties relating to other people
  • Applied Behaviour Analysis” (ABA) is the use of these techniques and principles of Behaviour Therapy to bring about meaningful and positive change in behavior. It is usually used to teach children with Autism new useful behaviors or to eliminate socially undesirable behaviors.
  • Psychotherapy is the use of psychological methods, particularly when based on regular personal interaction, to help a person change and overcome problems in desired ways. Psychotherapy aims to improve an individual’s well-being and mental health, to resolve or mitigate troublesome behaviours, beliefs, compulsions, thoughts, or emotions, and to improve relationships and social skills.
  • Person Centered Therapy uses the approach that ensuring someone with a disability is at the centre of decisions which relate to their life. A person centred process involves listening, thinking together, coaching, sharing ideas, and seeking feedback. The goal is for the client to achieve greater independence. This will allow the client to better cope with any current and future problems they may face
  • Parent Management Training (PMT) is a family of treatment programs that aims to change parenting behaviours, teaching parents positive reinforcement methods for improving pre-school and school-age children’s behaviour problems (such as aggression, hyperactivity, temper tantrums, and difficulty following directions) or to train parents manage their child with specific disabilities such as teaching parents how to manage their child with Autism.
  • Support Groups are groups that contain individuals with similar problems, who meet on a regular basis to share problems and get support and advices from each other. This type of group is usually led by the professional leader who doesn’t have problems as group members, and is there in the role of facilitator and administrator to assure effective “work” of the group. It could be a support group for a specific diagnosis (e.g. ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia) or a support group for persons going through similar issues (examples: single mothers support group, Parents of children with disability support group)
  • Family therapy is a type of psychological counselling (psychotherapy) that can help family members improve communication and resolve conflicts. It can be used to help a family through a difficult period of time, a major transition, or mental or behavioural health problems in family members
  • Counselling is a professional guidance in resolving personal conflicts and emotional problems
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