"Parenting is no magic carpet ride!"
It can be tough to decide when exactly it’s time to reach out for professional support. How do you know if your child needs help?
You can notice signs that may signal that your child needs intervention and professional care for better growth. For instance, if your child is showing physical or mental developmental delays, and/or behaving in ways that are considered inappropriate, speaking to a professional can help your child and you. We have listed some common challenges that children may need support with in the following sections. Our child therapists have 10+ years of experience in the field working with children and can help address concerns in a child’s life that are significantly impacting their development and well-being.
Our aim is to support your child become better prepared and independent for any challenges they face – both now and in the future.
Child therapy can help your child concentrate and perform better academically, build confidence and improve their relationship with others, and also address and overcome any “bad” behaviours.
Child therapy can enhance your child’s emotional, social and mental well-being
and support their growth and holistic development
Communication is one of the most essential contributors to the process of learning. A delay in speech or language might affect your child’s learning process. Therapist can help the child achieve functional communication expectations through early intervention.
We know, parenting is hard. Dealing with behavioural problems of your child and recognising any related difficulties early on is critical. We can help you understand why the child is behaving in a particular way and replace it with positive behaviour.
Disability is not an inability. In instances of ADHD, ASD, or LD, Early intervention is always recommended. It enables the professionals to work quicker on the identified concerns — helping your child lead a more independent and successful life.
Childhood is a crucial time to develop patterns of thinking, feeling, behaving, especially in relation to others. These patterns can impact their socio-emotional well-being ranging from difficulty in sharing or taking turns, inability to understand emotions and form relationships.
Activities of daily living are essential skills that include the child's ability to perform self-care skills such as toileting, feeding, and grooming activities. Specialised intervention is necessary to help children grow up to become responsible, confident and independent adults.
We believe that caregivers understand what is best for their child so we thrive to make you a co-therapist as well. Experts can help you set healthy boundaries for your child and in turn, help you cope better when faced with parenting struggles.
Start your journey with our experienced therapist and keep up your faith to go high and fly.
Your therapist will make this struggle a lot easier and support you in the journey of transformation.
Your therapist will help spread your child’s wings to rebound strongly with their trueselves.
It is wonderful when we hear parents rejoicing in the growth of their children that has resulted from therapy.
Here are some reviews we would love to share with you:
My therapist is very interactive and friendly during sessions. She is sincere on scheduling therapy sessions on time and update it to the parent as well. She suggests activity as per the child’s current situation and provide additional information on how to play and talk to the child during activities.
We understand that so much information can be overwhelming. So we have listed out a few
common queries for you.