Counselling Services supports the personal, academic and social development of students through a range of programs and services that aim to meet student needs. These include One-on-One appointments, skills and therapy group sessions, online wellness programs and a range of mental health sessions.
Creating Miracle supports an individual child with choosing, changing or leaving a career. It can be done at any stage in life. It is particularly useful when done for students in school or colleges, as it will help in selecting the right stream or plan the career progression. Our sessions include career exploration, making career choices, managing career changes, lifelong career development, and dealing with other career-related issues. Our professional Career counsellors will work with individuals seeking to explore career options and support them with career-related challenges. Through their expertise in career development and labour markets, they can put a person's qualifications, experience, strengths, and weakness in a broad perspective while also considering their desired salary, personal hobbies and interests, location, job market, and educational possibilities. Our experts will also introduce relaxation training, systematic desensitization, virtual reality exposure, exposure and response prevention techniques, social skills training, modelling, behavioral rehearsal, homework and aversion therapy.
Creating Miracle supports developmentally delayed individuals. A developmental delay is when a child takes longer to reach developmental milestones than other children. It can be a delay in achieving language, thinking, and motor skills. There are five main areas of development in which our experts deal in –
If your child is developmentally delayed, the sooner you can diagnose, the better it will be for your child’s development.
Hyperactivity means having increased movement, impulsive actions, and a shorter attention span, and being easily distracted. A Hyperactivity person is constantly being active in ways that aren’t appropriate for the time or setting.
The hallmark condition associated with hyperactivity and difficulty concentrating is attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Typical behaviour may include- Fidgeting or constant motion, do not seem to listen, Have trouble playing quietly. Often talk excessively, Interrupt or intrude on others. Are easily distracted. Do not finish tasks. While there is no cure for ADHD, treatments include medication, psychotherapy, education or training, or a combination of treatments. We have a team of highly professionals to take care of all the issues related to hyperactivity and inattention.
Problem behaviours are those that aren’t considered typically acceptable. Such behavior can range from the absence of emotions to aggressive emotions. Typically, behaviour problems are those, which are unwanted and maladaptive. For example, depression, anger issues, panic disorders, addictions, anxiety, phobias and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). We have a team of highly professional behaviouralcounsellor who uses a variety of different therapies to help their clients change certain unwanted behaviours. A behaviour therapist will work with an individual patient to try and reinforce desirable behaviours and stop the ones that are not. There are a number of different types of behavioural therapies. Some of them are- Relaxation training, systematic desensitisation, virtual reality exposure, exposure and response prevention techniques, social skills training, modeling, behavioural rehearsal and homework, and aversion therapy.
A learning disability is not an intellectual disability. A learning disability is a disability that affects a person’s ability to process information. People with learning disabilities possess an average to above-average IQ. Since difficulties with reading, writing and/or maths are recognizable problems during the school years, the signs and symptoms of learning disabilities are most often diagnosed during that time. Types of Learning disabilities are dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, ADHD, auditory processing disorder, visual processing disorder, memory, retention.
A learning disability cannot be cured or fixed; it is a lifelong challenge. However, our team of experienced counsellors and special educators will provide you with appropriate support and intervention to help students achieve success in school, Ifa child has a learning problem, it doesn't mean he can't learn. But you'll need some help and you'll need to work extra hard Relaxation training, systematic desensitization, virtual reality exposure, exposure and response prevention techniques, social skills training, modeling, behavioural rehearsal and homework, and aversion therapies will help improve.
Social-emotional problems are related to the child’s ability to understand the feelings of others, control their own feelings and behaviours, and get along with peers.
Children with these problems fail to attain the basic skills they need such as cooperation, following directions, demonstrating self-control and paying attention, feeling of trust, confidence, pride, friendship, affection and humour. As a result these issues can lead to serious consequences such as social isolation, stress, issues with peers, perfectionism, concerns with identity and fitment, disproportionate disciplinary rates and an increased likelihood of skipping school, dropping out and becoming involved with the criminal justice system. Our professional counsellors help students Identify and understand one’s own feelings, Manage strong emotions and their expressions in a constructive manner, Regulate one’s own behaviour, Develop empathy for others, Establish and sustain relationships Some of them are- Relaxation training, systematic desensitization, virtual reality exposure, exposure and response prevention techniques, social skills training, modeling, behavioural rehearsal and homework, and aversion therapy.
Every child has unique character strengths and abilities that allow him or her to express their individuality in a social environment. Understanding your child is one of the most important things that you should learn as a parent. It is very helpful in becoming effective in guiding and nurturing your child as they grow and mature.
Few tips to know your child better:
Observe- you need to know your child if you want to understand him.
Exams and pre-exam stress is the fear in the lives of students and everyone appearing for one. The anxiety before, sweaty palms, fear of not passing, the fear that you might not remember everything that you have studied.
Exam stress causes anxiety that results in a lot of stress in a short duration.
During this time, there are a lot of things that students miss out on, such as sleeping, their diet, and prioritizing available time.
A good plan and preparation before the exams can help ease the stress and anxiety to a great extent.
Palpitations, profuse sweating and shivering are few of the symptoms of anxiety.
Speaking to a professional Counsellorcan greatly help as they can guide you in the appropriate manner. Sometimes the root of the anxiety might not be the exam itself, but the exam could be the trigger to which your body reacts. An expert will help get to the root of the problem and deal with it effectively.
Name-calling and rumor-spreading have long been an unpleasant and challenging aspect of adolescent life. But the proliferation of smartphones and the rise of social media has transformed where, when and how bullying takes place.
Although usually seen on social media platforms like Facebook, cyberbullying can also take place via text messages, e-mails, online message boards, and chat rooms. As a result, technologies such as smartphones and tablet computers have made it possible for bullies to attack their victims online at any time and no matter how far away the victim and the bully are from each other.
Parents who believe their children are victims are being cyberbullied should report it immediately. In addition to reporting to school officials, parents may also report cyberbullying to online service providers and the social media platforms being used for bullying in an attempt to get offending content taken down.
Physical bullying is using one’s body and physical bodily acts to exert power over peers. Punching, kicking and other physical attacks are all types of physical bullying.
Unlike relational and verbal bullying, the effects of physical bullying can be easier to spot. It’s hard to miss physical bullying on the playground. You will notice a punch in the eye more easily than a sly remark passed at the back of a class. Physical bullying is most visual of the common types of bullying. If you don’t see it in action, you’ll know something is wrong after taking a look at the victim! It’s also the most classically accepted form of bullying. Most people understand why hurting another person is wrong under any circumstance. You may not hear a lot about adult bullying, but it is a problem. One would think that as people mature and progress through life, they would stop behaviours of their youth. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Sadly, adults can be bullies, just as children and teenagers can be bullies. While adults are more likely to use verbal bullying as opposed to physical bullying, the fact of the matter is that adult bullying exists.This issues can be addressed effectively by the Creating MiracleCounsellors
Nicotine dependence also called tobacco dependence is an addiction to tobacco products caused by the drug nicotine. Special de addiction sessions to reduce/eliminate nicotine dependency are offered by Creating Miracle.
How do we create a world free from gender-based discrimination? Start by raising children who respect one another as individuals and question the traditional roles they’re assigned as boys or girls.
Educators are uniquely positioned to show students they have a choice when it comes to forming their own identity, and to highlight the many illusions and traps have been laid byt he society that prevent equal opportunity in their personal and professional lives.
It’s time to give gender equality the place it deserves in our curricula, from the fine arts to the hard sciences and from kindergarten to secondary school and beyond.
Creating Miracle Experts can assist in developing the right model for this age old issue.
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