Behavioral Disorders in Children

School teacher’s guide to Child Psychology

“Teaching kids to count is fine, but teaching them what counts is best.” – Bob Talbert Kids spend most of their time with their teacher, after their parents. Teachers play a huge role in the growth and mental development of children. A school is called a second home after all,...


23 October,2020 | 3 months read

Child Development: Psychologist Perspective

[caption id="attachment_1405" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Child Development: Psychologist Perspective[/caption] Children develop at different rates and ideally no two children must be compared.  Children today are bought up in different settings than we were, be it technology, media, economic status, etc. It is so different that if we had to compare our...


17 April,2017 | 4 years read

Behavioral modification for Child Behavior problems

All children are not same as in their development and also in their patterns of behaviors. Most of children's learn appropriate behavior with the help of the parents and teachers. Children show temper tantrums and aggressive or some destructive behaviors in some situations. But it seen months together then the...


10 April,2017 | 4 years read

Child Behavior Problems

Children are energetic, naughty, stubborn and impulsive by nature and that is completely normal. The issue arises when they tend to extremely impulsive, aggressive and impossible to handle. Many of the Child Behavior Problems tend to go unnoticed because parents think it is part of the normal development and will...


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