Mental Illness in Children

Effects of bullying on mental health

Have you been lately noticing extreme mood swings in your child? Has he/she shown resistance in attending school? Has your kid recently reported being bullied by a fellow classmate or senior? Or have you recently changed your boy’s school and you being a responsible parent wish to be aware of...


11 October,2021 | 12 months read

Mental Illness in Kids

According to a 2000s study conducted by WHO, 20% of adolescents and children suffer from a mental illness. An Indian research study by the Indian council of medical research showed that almost 12% of children (between the ages of 4-16) suffer from mental illness. All these statistics are only showing...


22 March,2021 | 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

How to Build Self Confidence in A Child?

One of the core things we can all agree on as parents is that developing self-confidence in a child is very important. It is one of the cornerstones of living a mentally healthy life. Building self-confidence in children allows them to be brave and reach out to try new things...


08 January,2020 | 3 years read

Parents Guide: Coping with Exam Stress Overview

It is normal for a parent to feel concerned about their children’s academic performance. However, if the concern exceeds its normal limits, it could affect both you and your child’s mental health.  Parents can become irritable and stressed out. Whereas, in students, test anxiety may manifest as sleepless nights, lack...


06 February,2019 | 4 years read

Referred to a Child Psychologist by school counselor?

Many parent dread the thought of being advised or even suggested to see a child psychiatrist regarding their children. Being referred to a child psychiatrist does not mean that the child is “abnormal”. These stigmas towards psychiatrist still persist due to the lack of awareness about mental health and child...


27 March,2017 | 5 years read

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