Clinical Psychology & Counselling

Childhood is a minefield of confusion. Parenting can be just as hard. A little help can help a lot.

Developing the Skills to Deal with Disorders

A child's developmental difficulty can be a hard thing for a parent to accept. You might be living through many uncomfortable feelings, including anxiety, guilt, excessive worry, hope, and fear about the future. Receiving adequate support can help parents and children adjust.
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Helping clients & families cope with emotional and behavioral difficulties
Managing daily routine activities
Enhancing attention & organizational skills
Parent management training
Couples & Family Counselling
Enhancing emotional regulation & coping
Stress management & distress tolerance

Our Approach ?

Our Clinical Psychologists at both our health centers in Dubai and Abu Dhabi can help children with cognitive, emotional and social skills, manage mood disorders such as anxiety and depression. Treatment includes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Mindfulness , behavior therapy and Parental counselling.


Adequate self confidence, sense of self awareness and feeling of competency enhance self esteem.


Decreased aggression stems from acceptance and the tools to deal with challenges.


Coping mechanisms help a child see the world as a better place.


Clinical psychology is the psychological specialty that provides continuing and comprehensive mental and behavioral health care for individuals and families; consultation to agencies and communities; training, education and supervision; and research-based practice.
The specialty of clinical psychology addresses behavioral and mental health issues faced by individuals across the lifespan including: Intellectual, emotional, psychological, social and behavioral maladjustment. They use the science of psychology to treat complex human problems and promote change. They also promote resilience and help people discover their strengths.
Have problems in several areas of their life including family relationships, school performance, leisure activities, and friendships. Feel less confident or less effective or even bad about themselves. Worry about their future more than normal. Stress and anxiety, if left to fester, can lead to social isolation, depression, and a slew of other problems. A psychologist can help you manage stress and anxiety by finding the source or cause of your problems, as well as appropriate ways to overcome them.
Signs that a toddler might need help include extreme tantrums, ignoring instructions, or getting kicked out of preschool or playdates. If your child's behavior puts a serious strain on home life or makes you worry that they might hurt their siblings, treatment can help.
• Easily getting annoyed or nervous.
• Often appearing angry.
• Putting blame on others.
• Refusing to follow rules or questioning authority.
• Arguing and throwing temper tantrums.
• Having difficulty in handling frustration.