Sometimes a parent may be concerned that their child is having ‘social’ difficulties. Sometimes, another professional working with your child may also express concern. The term ‘Asperger’s Syndrome’ or ‘Autism Spectrum Disorder’ might be used to explain these difficulties. However, Autism Spectrum Disorders are more than just a child’s difficulties in the social arena. Here are some symptoms related to Autism:-
Assessment of a child for Autism Spectrum is complex and is comprised of a clinical interview and a formal psychometric assessment. Unfortunately, there is no single test which covers the whole spectrum of strengths and weaknesses as shown by children who may qualify as having a diagnosis and accurate diagnosis relies on the opinions of experienced clinicians such as, but not limited to, psychologists.
IQ assessment/ Intellectual Functioning Assessment
2- Panic Disorder
People with panic disorder have recurrent unexpected panic attacks, which are sudden periods of intense fear that may include palpitations, pounding heart, or accelerated heart rate; sweating; trembling or shaking; sensations of shortness of breath, smothering, or choking; and feeling of impending doom.
1- Emotional Problems
2- School bullying
3- Eating Disorders
4- Play Therapy
5- Social Skills Training
7- Self Harm
8- Self Esteem Problems
9- Preschool difficulties (Eating, Sleeping, Toilet training, tantrums)
10- Learning difficulties
11- Anger & Aggression