Parenting Styles | Child Psychology

A baby’s brain, spinal cord, heart and other organs begin to form by the fifth week of pregnancy. By the eighteenth week the nerve endings of a baby’s brain “hook up” to the ears, and she may hear the mother’s heart beating, and may even be startled (feeling or sudden shock or alarm) by loud … Read more

Integrated Yoga Therapy for teaching Toothbrushing skills | Children with ASD

Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) exhibit poor oral health due to lack of manual dexterity. Regular training methods such as visual pedagogy and video modeling (VM) for developing the skill of toothbrushing do not address the core deficits which facilitate their effective and quick learning. Hence, there arises the need of an integrated therapy … Read more

Online Counselling

Online counselling has been gaining focus since recent years, as the usage of internet is spreading wide. Use of online counselling is getting more because of social media and online business and virtual employment. With the extensive usage of smart phones and with the ease of video calling, online conversations have become the most convenient … Read more

Online Counselling on Child Parenting

Children are the most enthusiastic and energetic beings in the world. Parenting is not a simple thing. When it comes to handling children, a parent should be as patient as possible. With the modern day busy life, ideal parenting has become a big issue. The deadlines at office, the cleaning to be made at house, … Read more

Online Adolescent Counselling

Adolescence is an important phase of life where a personality starts to evolve and it is the time, a shoulder to lean is required while letting them to stand on their own. While a plant grows to be a tree, strengthening its roots from within, not much care is needed but a small supporting stick … Read more

Role of a teacher in a student’s underachievement

Schools are the modern day temples where kids acquire knowledge to face the world. Each kid is different and each one has one’s own abilities. But why do children tend to fail in some areas especially in studies and are usually termed as underachievers? Well, in the first place, how do we see underachieving in … Read more

How to control Test Anxiety in Children?

Whenever we feel threatened or being under pressure or may be facing a stressful situation, our body senses an alarming feel that triggers anxiety. The pressure of studies and the expected results could trigger anxiety in students called as test anxiety. In order to control that test anxiety, let’s see how to identify it. Identifying … Read more

Gratitude and its benefits | Why should you practice gratitude in life?

You have 86,400 seconds per day. Have you used one to say ‘thank you’? Gratitude is giving thanks, and receiving everything you want in life. Gratitude is the memory of the heart. It is said that, Gratitude is an invisible but real force of energy. To see a drastic change to your present conditions, you … Read more

Anger Management for Children

Anyone can become angry and that is easy. But being angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way this is the main concern, which is not easy. Anger is like any other normal human emotion and can range from mild irritation … Read more

Tips to Study Well | Study habits for Students

Students like to achieve good grades and work hard to prove their best. While some students study a lot throughout the year, some give a daily brush up but don’t push themselves. Some might open their books just before the exams. However, a student’s main aim is to gain good knowledge about the subject and … Read more