The steady increase in the identification of psychological difficulties faced by school children shows us the need to ensure their psychosocial well-being through an active collaboration between schools and mental health practitioners. Therefore, we must make sure that we identify, evaluate and intervene when problems related to developmental delays, academic difficulties, peer pressure self-esteem and emotional functioning arise.
Here, we conduct interactive talks and workshops for students, teachers and parents, designed to address concerns around child and adolescent mental health. These workshops are geared towards enabling positive parenting, effective teaching and providing stronger coping skills to children and adolescents. Some of our previous workshops have been on topics such as effective classroom management, identification and intervention of children with psychological disorders and life-skills training with students. As a part of this initiative, we run the following specialized programmes: