Child Psychology

Child psychology assessment is an important tool for identifying and addressing any issues that may be affecting a child’s well-being and development.

Integrated multidisciplinary team of therapists

Under the supervision of Development and Neurobehavioral Pediatrician

Child psychology assessment is the process of evaluating a child’s mental and emotional well-being, behavior, cognitive functioning, and development. It involves gathering information about the child’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors through a variety of techniques such as interviews, observations, standardized tests, and rating scales.

The assessment is conducted by our Development and Neurobehavioral Pediatrician, with further long term management under his supervision, by licensed psychologist, psychiatrist and mental health professionals who specialize in working with children. Assessment is typically performed to diagnose any developmental or mental health issues that may be impacting the child’s overall functioning and to develop a treatment plan that addresses the child’s specific needs.

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30+ Years

Of Experience

We are an integrated multidisciplinary team of therapists and psychologists under supervision of our highly experienced Development and Neurobehavioral Pediatrician

Dr M Bilal Abid

Development and Neurobehavioral Pediatrician

MBBS FCPS – Fellow Developmental & Neurobehavioral Pediatrics (CPSP)

Department of Developmental & Behavioural Paediatrics, The Children’s Hospital & University of Child Health Sciences, Lahore

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Our Techinques

Some common techniques used in child psychology assessment include:

01. Clinical Interviews

The clinician asks the child and their parents or caregivers about the child’s development, behavior, emotions, and any other concerns they may have.

02. Observations

The clinician observes the child’s behavior and interactions with others in a variety of settings, such as at home, school, or during play therapy sessions.

03. Standardized Tests

These tests assess the child’s cognitive, academic, and emotional functioning. Examples include intelligence tests, achievement tests, and personality tests.

04. Rating Scales

These are questionnaires completed by parents, teachers, or other caregivers that provide information about the child’s behavior, emotions, and social skills.