“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
– Maya Angelou
Our Psychologists for children in Sydney work with NDIS funded and self-funded young people and their families with a range of psychological and behavioural issues, and construct therapeutic strategies to assist them to deal with these difficulties. They complete evidence based assessments and interventions. A Psychologist for children in Sydney will often work with people with intellectual disabilities and mental health issues. A Psychologist for a teenager can assist with mood and behavioural issues, learning difficulties, social skills deficits, and trauma and grief situations.
Our experienced Educational and Developmental Clinical Psychologist for children in Sydney supervises each treatment plan. This is a unique advantage of our service, and ensures that each person receives effective and comprehensive care.
A Psychologist for children in Sydney can provide therapy for the following areas:
- Helping with emotional and behavioural difficulties, such as depression or anxiety, or other challenging behavioural issues in the home, school or work environment – especially with a Psychologist for teenagers.
- Improving coping skills
- Assisting with transition to school
- Enhancing social skills
- Exposure therapy
- Improving relationships with family members
- Assisting with grief and loss issues or other acute crises
It is becoming more and more common to require a Psychologist for teenagers, and even for children in Sydney. They can help with both mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, which are very common in teenagers, as well as assisting young people with intellectual disabilities to learn. Our Psychologist for children in Sydney can also help disabled young people to develop coping mechanisms and enhance their resilience, and independence.
Examples of NDIS funded goals that our Psychologists for children in Sydney have assisted with:
“To build my confidence at school.”
Alyssa, 11 years old
“To increase my confidence when I’m with my friends.”
Megan, 16 years old
“I want to feel more comfortable when I’m in busy places.”
Taylor, 9 years old
“I want to have more friends and argue less with my family.”
Sam, 14 years old