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"Dive into the depths of child psychology with our Advanced Course, unlocking new realms of understanding and growth in your practice, nurturing the development of young minds to unprecedented heights."

What You Will Learn

  • Active listening, empathy
  • Case conceptualization
  • diagnostic assessment
  • Intervention techniques
  • Crisis intervention, ethical professionalism
  • Self-reflection, supervision
  • Effective communication
  • Empathy building
  • Assessment techniques
  • Treatment planning
  • Crisis management protocols
  • Ethical decision making
  • Boundary setting
  • Cultural competence
  • Reflective practice
  • Supervision techniques

One of the most notable child psychologists is Jean Piaget, renowned for his pioneering work in developmental psychology. Piaget's theory of cognitive development revolutionized our understanding of how children learn and grow, emphasizing stages of mental maturation and the importance of interaction with the environment in shaping cognitive abilities.

Developmental psychology: Study of how individuals grow, change, and develop physically, cognitively, emotionally, and socially throughout their lifespan.

Introduction to child psychology: Focuses on understanding the psychological processes, behaviors, and development of children from infancy through adolescence.

Lifespan and age range: Lifespan refers to the entire duration of a person's life. Age ranges vary depending on the context but typically encompass infancy (0-2 years), childhood (3-11 years), adolescence (12-18 years), adulthood (19-65 years), and later life (65+ years).

Role of child psychologist: Assessing and treating children's psychological, emotional, and behavioral issues, providing therapy, guidance, and support to promote healthy development.

Case history taking: Gathering comprehensive information about a child's background, family dynamics, medical history, and presenting concerns to inform assessment and treatment.

Mental status examination: Systematic assessment of a child's cognitive, emotional, and behavioral functioning, including observation of appearance, behavior, mood, and thought processes.

Behavior observation: Observing and analyzing a child's actions, interactions, and responses in various settings to understand patterns, triggers, and challenges.

Major childhood disorders: Include ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, anxiety disorders, depression, and learning disorders.

Art therapy: Therapeutic approach using creative processes such as drawing, painting, and sculpting to explore emotions, express feelings, and promote healing and personal growth in children.

Play therapy: Therapeutic technique allowing children to communicate and process their experiences and emotions through play, facilitated by a trained therapist in a safe and supportive environment.


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  • Includes Case Studies
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