Psychological assistance involves working supportively with the child and family unit.


Psychological assistance involves working supportively with the child and family in providing assessment, education and therapy in order to improve the health and wellbeing of the child and family unit.  Psychologists are trained in various therapies and techniques that can assist children, adolescents and their families to cope with various emotional, behavioral and learning difficulties.

 

Psychologists are trained in understanding human behaviour and study various aspects of a person including the brain, human development, learning, and the processes and influences that underlie how a person may think feel and act.

This knowledge is then applied to assist and help the client. Therapies utilised are evidence based and have shown to be effective in treating range of emotional and behavioural issues and mental health difficulties.