Certificate in Child Psychology
Child psychology is the study of subconscious and conscious childhood development. Child psychologists observe how a child interacts with their parents, themselves, and the world, to understand their mental development.
Everyone wants their child to have healthy development, but it’s not always clear if a child’s behaviour is a symptom of a normal stage in development or a sign of an abnormality. Child psychologists can help you understand the difference. Understanding the normal and abnormal psychological patterns of a child can help parents understand how to best communicate and connect with their child, teach their child coping mechanisms for managing emotions, and help their child progress and thrive in each new developmental stage.
Child psychologists can also identify abnormal behaviours early, help detect the root of common behavioural issues such as learning issues, hyperactivity, or anxiety, and help children work through early childhood trauma. They can also help to prevent, evaluate, and diagnose developmental delays or abnormalities such as autism.
Target Beneficiary : -
|Required Educational Qualifications
|Minimum Educational Qualification
|Duration of Course
|Certificate in Child Psychology
Curriculum to be followed for Training : -
- Child Development
- Factors influencing development
- Theories of development
- Physical and Motor Development
- Cognitive Development
- Social and Emotional Development
- Personality Development
- Socio-Cultural Contexts of Child Development
Marks Distribution : -
|Factors influencing development
|Theories of development
|Physical and Motor Development
|Social and Emotional Development
|Socio-Cultural Contexts of Child Development