Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Behavioral Disorders In Children: Causes, Treatment

Behavioral disorders encompass a pattern of disruptive behaviors in children that persist for a minimum period of six months and cause serious issues at home, school, and social situations. And if this issue is left untreated, it can cause further issues in adult life, impacting personal and professional relationships. Identifying...


20 March,2021 | 2 years read

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 | 2 years read

6 Child Psychology Questions Worth Asking Your Kid’s Therapist

Parenting is never easy and given the host of emotions, tantrums and behavioural changes that children go through, it can be easy to feel defeated. As parent’s it is necessary to give as much importance to the mental health of the child as their physical health. And now with therapists...


31 July,2020 | 2 years read

Stress Effects on Child Development- What you should know

Stress circles us on a daily basis. How? From traffic delays to the workplace, worries about health or finances, and news reports of world events, the demands of our everyday life produces both positive as well as negative stress. Whether positive or negative, one thing is certain – stress raises...


25 December,2018 | 4 years read

How To Take Control Of Defiant Child Behavior?

L.R Knost about child behavior “Focus more on who your child is than on what your child does. Remember, you’re growing a person, not fixing a problem.” As clinicians, we may see various people from all walks of life. Psychology is a field wherein every lock has its own key...


02 August,2018 | 4 years read


Aggressive behaviour in children may sound like a normal thing and parents usually think they will eventually grow out of it. But, what if your child is physically harming you? What would you do then? Would you take action against your own child? Would you give in and do what...


28 June,2017 | 5 years 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 | 5 years read

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