Here are 3 distinct stories, or case studies on therapy with children diagnosed with Autism (ASD). They highlight varied approaches in each case and are useful illustrations of these techniques in successful interventions.
A senior special educator shares an interesting success story about a primary grade special child with a fairly typical profile. She demonstrates how with a well designed therapy plan and proactive approach to continuing therapy, significant changes can be expected during early years.
Instilling self belief and a positive attitude is a key role that a school counsellor plays. The recognition of the school counsellor by the children served is one of the most cherished rewards enjoyed by the author of this story.
This article highlights the importance of some of the key roles of a school counsellor in enhancing the social and mental wellbeing of school children with an emphasis on life skills guidance classes.
Childhood experiences last a lifetime. A teachers ability to use listening as a means of empathy can greatly impact growth of children, their self worth and esteem. This story also underlined the value of listening in later life.
Juggling Multiple Roles, Creating Happy Hearts By Kalyani Govekar, Psychologist & School Counsellor When I candidly look back to my journey as a psychologist I believe my clients are the ones who shaped and moulded me, not just as a therapist but also as a person. I made up my mind that I wanted to …
Interventions for Children with ADHD Visualization technique for ADHD children by Ms. Suzanne Ferreira, M.Ed. (Special Education) Children with ADHD are often found to be in a state of stress, especially in school, either on account of their physiological state of arousal or difficulties encountered in learning and understanding -which again could increase their levels …