As Maragaret Mead emphasized, "Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.’ making childhood the foundation of life."

You Are Not Alone

Studies Show That:


of children have behavioural disorders

source: Rasote, 2015


of children experience personality /temperamental problems

source: Rasote, 2015


of new mothers in India suffer from postpartum depression

source: WHO


of children are physically abused in family situations

source: UNICEF

Significance Of Childhood

The moment a couple or individual steps into the shoes of Parenthood, it has a magical Paradigm Shift in the way their world changes to welcome, accommodate and adapt the bundle of joy that comes home to become part of their lives. Along with this magical addition comes complexities and confusion related to aspects of parenting, like concern for bonding with the child, overall well-being and development of the child. 

Childhood is the most important and foundational stage which decides the future course of one’s life to a large extent. The awareness of the development milestones can enhance the child’s understanding of his/her parents and caregivers, thereby strengthening the connection between them.

The mind and body both play a vital role in helping a child develop their skills, personality, and character in a gestalt manner. Therefore, getting in touch with a professional psychologist, counselor, expert or special educator could provide good supportive guidance. 

Child or developmental Therapist can assist the parent, child, caregiver /guardian or other professionals through the stages of developmental milestones, understand a child’s behaviors, needs, and adopt learning techniques to help them develop into a healthy individual. 

Our Guidance and Support Services

Mental health and Wellbeing Concerns
  • Developmental delays
  • Bedwetting
  • Separation anxiety
  • Depression 
  • Anxiety issues
Educational or Academic Concerns
  • Academic issues
  • Speech issues
  • Learning issues
  • Social skills issues
  • Behavioural issues
Adjustment or Social Issues
  • Defiant behaviors 
  • Temper tantrums
  • Social withdrawal
  • Conduct Disorder
  • Juvenile delinquency issues
Parent - child relationship or Parent / Caregiver concerns
  • Changes in family dynamics (divorce, relocation, separation) 
  • Death of a parent or sibling
  • Adoption related concerns.
  • Siblings concerns
  • Postpartum depression