Have you ever wondered whether your child’s development is on track?
It is common for some children to take more time than others to develop emotional, behavioural or social skills.
However, if you’re concerned that your child is facing developmental issues, our child psychologists will be able to bring clarity and offer evidence-based guidance on where support will be able to lead to positive outcomes.
Gaining a better understanding of your child’s development
Parents commonly have queries about whether their child’s development is on track.
You might be wondering whether your child’s development is age appropriate in comparison to other children their age. Parents often describe concerns around how quickly their child is learning to talk, adjusting to childcare, kindergarten or school, and managing their emotions and behaviour. Read more about your child’s emotional and behavioural development here.
A common development issue that parents are concerned about in young children is toilet training. One of our psychologists, France Slattery, has written an article that captures the nature of our approach and the risks we can face by putting off reaching out for support: Toilet training: You don’t need to do it alone.
When our child psychologists work with you and your child, we help you ascertain where your child needs support, and how to implement strategies to foster development of these skills.
In some cases, children might need an assessment or support for an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Read about our Autism services here.
Enquire today about engaging a Child Psychologist in Adelaide for your child. Call us on 08 8361 7008 or email email@example.com.