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Clinical Psychology

Clinical psychology is a branch of psychology that helps in providing an all-encompassing mental and behavioral health treatment to individuals, couples, families, and groups. Clinical psychology covers counseling services, training, teaching, and supervision of communities and organizations.  This discipline is open to all age groups.

Who can benefit from Clinical Psychology?

Clinical psychologists offer treatments to people of all ages, irrespective of racial, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. They also work with couples and families. From simple adjustment issues to significant mental health issues, problems or needs are handled. Clinical psychologists intervene in organizations, institutions, and communities to improve people’s performance and well-being. They engage with groups and communities to treat or avoid problems.

What are the problems covered under Clinical Psychology?

Psychological Department of the Lifeline Hospital

The psychological department at Lifeline Hospital offers services through a team of skilled, experienced, and knowledgeable psychologists for counseling, evaluations, group facilitation, family-based behavioral treatments, and psychological consultations to aid in treatment planning. The hospital provides a setting of extraordinary assistance for patients’ mental well-being and enhancement of their quality of life.

Special Counselling,  Assessment, and Training are given to:-

pregnant women, children and adolescents, youth, adults, and transgender.

Counseling (Individual /Group)

Children and teenagers: School denial, bullying, academic challenges, attention deficit disorders, low confidence/self-esteem, psychological stress, conditions relating to mental health the loss of a loved one, pet, home, etc., grief seeing or going through a frightening incident (s), abuse of a sexual, emotional, or physical nature, troubles with moving (such as switching schools, residences, family, or cities/states), addiction to substances online, addiction or substance misuse in the family,  memory enhancement and motivational skills development.

Youth: low self-esteem, psychological suffering, mental health issues of underemployment or unemployed, sex, and sexual orientation, abuse of drugs and alcohol, financial difficulties, issues relating to the job, Illness/disability, family dissolution, legal matters.

Couple: Problems with communication, infertility, miscarriage, sexual disorders, declining levels of intimacy and sexual preferences, unintended pregnancies, infidelity, values and beliefs, stressful situations, boredom, jealousy, financial crises, domestic violence, addiction, household responsibilities, illness, in-laws, personality conflicts, mistrust, and cheating.

Family: frequent conflicts and arguments, communication breakdown, angry outbursts, violence, addiction, stress, financial difficulties, beginning of mental health issues and other health issues, lack of respect and trust in a relationship, parenting difficulties, loss of a loved one.

Pre-marital: Premarital preparation and Counseling

Assessment and Training

Assessment and training aim to clarify the factors that contribute to the patient’s or client’s presenting problems through (i) Learning Disability Assessments; (ii) Remedial classes; (iii) Personality development; (iv) Soft skill training; (v) Work stress management; and (vi) Mind power training.

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