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Neurodevelopmental disorders are disorders that effect the nervous system and can lead to atypical brain function.  As a consequence this may affect emotion regulation, learning, self-control and memory. A Neuropsychology assessment can be carried out to assess the impairment to a particular skill or help determine which areas of the brain have been affected.


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The purpose of the assessment is to build up an accurate picture of your child’s needs. Different professionals provide a range of services, which means the initial assessment may involve one or more professionals.


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Neuropsychological testing looks at the whole person. We conduct a short information gathering session which gives us an all-round picture of a person’s functioning. The patients will then undergo specific testing to look at intelligence, academic skills, attention, executive functioning, motor skills, language, visual procession, learning and memory.


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BrainRX is brilliant educational tool to boost learning. It can help anyone think faster and more efficiently because it treats the causes rather than the symptoms of learning. BrainRX focuses on why information wasn’t learnt in the first place, strengthening all cognitive areas and skills.


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Psychotherapy is also known as talk therapy. It refers to a range of treatments that involve conversation regarding mental and emotional issues with a psychiatrist, psychologist or counsellor.


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Psychopharmacology is mental health treatment with medication. It is the scientific study of effects of medications on human behavior and health. It emphasizes the relationship between drugs and the changes in the nervous system including their human behavior, their mood, thinking, routine activities and their overall life.


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Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involved one or more therapists working with a group of people all at the same time. Group therapy can be the prescriptive treatment or it can used in conjunction to a more comprehensive treatment plan that involved individual therapy.


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Play therapy is a method of understand and meeting the mental health needs of children. Children sometimes don’t have the ability or a way to express that they are going through. Activity therapy uses different ways to help children express themselves and learn coping skills.


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