Biologically, a child is a human between the stages of birth
The study of the psychological processes of children and,
specifically, how these processes differ from those of adults, how they
develop from birth to the end of adolescence, and how and why they
differ from one child to the next.
1. How to manage Behavioral Problems of child?
2. Finding Abnormality !
3. Understanding the causative factor.
4. Treating Depression, Anxiety, Phobia and Addictions
5. How to adapt with developmental changes ?
6. Prevent child abuse, sexual abuse-
Lack of Emotional support
Lack of Self acceptance
Lack of Stimulus- language,
Problems in Learning
Troubles in Problem solving &
High Social Risk
Neglect Impedes Brain Development
Limited exposure to language, touch or social interactions
Emotional or cognitive neglect
Lack of brain growth beyond effects of poor nutrition
Neuronal death beyond “pruning”
Experience Can Change Brain
The brain is undergoing explosive growth in the
first years of life and needs organizing
experiences to facilitate development.
Learning results in more consolidation of
neuronal activity—brain activity becomes more
These are the problems…
What we can do… ?
so treat them
in a different