Child Psychotherapy
(behavioral therapies)

Motivation & Movement
Child psychotherapy is aimed at children with neurodevelopmental and emotional difficulties. As part of cultivating a relationship of trust and security, it aims to enhance the child’s psycho-emotional development and strengthen their social skills. It is a therapeutic process that encourages the child to express their feelings, develop their self-esteem and communication skills and improve their interpersonal relationships. It utilizes speech, play, experiential exercises dealing with self-image, emotions and relationships, as well as other expressive activities such as painting, modelling clay, role-playing, story-telling and therapeutic tales. Parents involvement in the Counselling programme has a great therapeutic value as part of the holistic intervention programme for children and their families. This helps to develop an individualized treatment plan that synthesizes knowledge and offers a deeper understanding of each child’s difficulties.