Assessments designed to assess your childs’ psychological, social and academic standing.
Anxiety can have severe consequences on a child’s social development, educational progress and overall wellbeing.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a medical condition that limits a childs’ ability to focus and can have a detrimental impact on their development.
Whilst children, much like adults, experience the “blues” and the normal spectrum of daily human emotion, persistent unhappiness in a child or adolescent can indicate something more serious.
Bullying is deliberate action taken with the intention of inflicting emotional and/or physical pain and can lead to serious, lasting problems.
HSC stress is common – however the increased pressure of expectation and anxiety over its impact on a teenagers future can have negative impacts on mental and physical wellbeing.
Emotional problems experienced by children that manifest in aggressive and socially unacceptable behaviour with a disregard for rules.
Young people who self-injure may do so as a method to cope with stress, hurting themselves as a way to control their upsetting feelings.
It may be indignation and resentment, or rage and fury. Some repress their anger and withdraw; others may be more defiant and destroy property.