Paediatric Psychology

A Psychologist offers treatment for children with a range of difficulties, including anxiety, ASD,  behavioural and emotional difficulties.

  • Assessing developmental, learning and behavioural difficulties throughout the lifespan
  • Diagnosing disabilities and disorders, such as Autism Spectrum Disorders and Intellectual Disability
  • Identifying and using evidence-based interventions
  • Counselling
  • Consulting with individuals and groups
  • Psychological consultancy and professional learning
  • Assessment of a developmental delay
  • Assistance with feeding, sleeping or behaviour problems
  • Infant mental health problems (e.g., anxiety and disordered attachment)
  • Managing a child’s difficult temperament
  • Parenting issues
  • Sibling rivalry within the family
  • Assessment of school readiness
  • Separation anxiety or school avoidance
  • Psycho-educational assessment
  • Assessment, diagnosis and treatment of learning difficulties and disorders (e.g. Dyslexia)
  • Poor peer-relationships