Services

List Of Our Service


Aptitude test

A standardized test designed to measure the ability of a person to develop skills or acquire knowledge. Individuals might take an aptitude test to determine what kinds of careers they are well suited for. Similarly, high school students might take an aptitude test when thinking about what would be an appropriate college major or whether college is the best choice for them. This test is valid from the age of 14 yrs onwards.


Career Planning

Individual career plans (also referred to as career action and development plans) can be looked at as an outline that helps a person figure out the steps he needs to take in order to achieve his ultimate career goals. The plan contains an organized list of the individual’s work-related experiences, education, preferences and other groundwork to illustrate his career choices and to help develop a career action plan. According to his aptitude test a list of careers is presented, considering financial matters, personal values and skills the best suited careers are selected.


Career Counseling

Career Counseling is a process that will help you to know and understand yourself and the world of work in order to make career, educational, and life decisions. Career counseling or career guidance includes a wide spread of professional activities which focus on supporting people in dealing with career-related challenges – both preventively and in difficult situations (such as unemployment and job dissatisfaction). Career counselors work with people from various walks of life, such as adolescent seeking to explore career options, experienced professionals contemplating a career change, Mothers who want to return to the world of work after taking time to raise their child, or people seeking employment.


I.Q. Measurement (No Test is computer generated)

An intelligence quotient, Psychologists have been measuring intelligence with standard tests for a number of decades and the IQ score has been imbedded into educational evaluations and methods.  I.Q. is a score derived from one of several standardized tests designed to asses a person’s current level of abilities in 10 areas which particularly cater to academic needs.


Anger Management

The term Anger management commonly refers to a system of psychological therapeutic techniques and exercises by which someone with excessive or uncontrollable anger can control or reduce the effects of an angered emotional state. Anger Management helps in personal relations and office environment.


Training for self assertiveness

Assertiveness training is a therapeutic program intended to strengthen participants’ ability to effectively communicate their needs and wishes. Participants learn strategies to overcome passivity and interact with others confidently while avoiding excess aggressiveness. During training, participants usually examine the flaws in their current communication styles and practice techniques, which can improve future interactions with family friends and professionals. Assertiveness lifts a person from being submissive (doormat) or being aggressive in styles of communication.


Routine management

Routine Management helps the individual to efficiently complete everyday tasks, by prioritizing them. This allows the individual to successfully complete the intended tasks without problems. Routine management is the basic step to manage depressive symptoms and the effects of addictions from different types of substance abuse and habits.


Lethargy, delaying of work and assignments

If you are truly lethargic, then this can prevent you from getting on with the things that you want and/or need to get on with during the day. You might find yourself coming home from work with no energy and simply having to collapse onto the couch or bed as a result. This can not only put you behind on things you need to be doing, but it can also prevent you from enjoying life to its fullest.
Lethargy sometimes is an antecedent of procrastination or delaying of tasks for no reason, delaying might be due to perfectionist tendencies which further create problems in family life and expect perfect results from others as well.


Nutritional Planning

Proper meal planning is important because it helps to ensure the meals meet the family’s nutritional needs. Besides some types of food make an individual hyper active, there is a need to know about the value of nutrition and not diet plans.


Sleep problems

Sleep disorders involve any difficulties related to sleeping, including difficulty falling or staying asleep, falling asleep at inappropriate times, excessive total sleep time, or abnormal behaviors associated with sleep. Insomnia maybe the case behind marital conflicts, office complications or students inability to achieve upto required grade level.

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Memory problems

The first definition of memory loss is inability to retrieve information from the long-term memory. This type of memory loss occurs more frequently when someone is distracted or having a difficult time concentrating at the time the memory is formed. Although the memory is still stored in the long-term memory, the person has no access to it and therefore is unable to recall the needed information. Verbal cues can be used to help the person remember the specific information. Individuals often complain about these problems. We have specific tests to assess current memory status and therapeutic plans to deal effectively with this problem.


Marital Therapy

Marital therapy is a treatment designed to help improve a marriage by increasing communication and understanding between married partners. This type of therapy is performed in a variety of settings, from group sessions with several couples, to individual meetings with each partner to discuss issues they may be afraid to raise in front of their spouse. Marital therapy usually takes place under the guidance of psychologist, often one who specializes in marriage and family therapy.

Effective study habits

We help you to develop effective study skills. It is not a magic formula for success in preparing for tests, or written or oral assignments. Studying any material requires work! However, by using the techniques we provide, and by applying yourself, you can gain a valuable edge in understanding material, preparing for tests, and, ultimately, learning. Students benefit by one on one meeting with educational psychologists and learn effective study habit.

Assessments available for:

  1. Aspergers
  2. Dyslexia
  3. Autism
  4. Behavioral disorder
  5. Depression
  6. Anxiety
  7. Educational difficulties
  8. Educational disabilities
  9. Substance abuse
  10. Schizophrenia
  11. Self Esteem and More…

And Therapeutic interventions, necessary for the above. 

Book your appointment and learn to adjust and manage your current problems relating to you self or someone close to you.

 

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Tuesday12:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Wednesday10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Thursday10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

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