Why I should Join?
- These trainings will increase chances of better employability in respective organizations like hospitals, NGOs and clinic etc.
- There are hardly any short term programmes on part time basis that one can enrol to gain an in-depth understanding and learn practical skills.
- These training will help you set up your own centres.
- This training has lot of scope both in India and abroad and there are very few professionals working actively in this field.
Who can Join -
- Sexuality Education program can be joined any graduate/ teacher or parent interested in the field.
- Graphology Training can be joined by any graduate person.
- Forensic Psychology training can be be joined by psychology, law, journalism & forensic science students.
- ASD, LD & ADHD training can be joined by psychology students, special educators interested parents having children with disorders can also join.
- All other courses can be joined only by UG & PG Students of Psychology
When can one Join-
There are two batches per year
- February to April
- August to October
There is two kind of batches-
Weekdays-(7 days at a stretch, 11am to 4pm Classes)
Weekends-(Every Saturday 2pm to 4pm, it takes 3 months)
How to register?-
There are two types of registration
Group Registration- If five trainee register in one go with full fee payment they will get 25% discount on total fee.
Individual/Personal Registration-One person can register and he/she can choose their timing and days as per their convenience.
Mode of Conduction-
Online- This training can be done online through video conferencing. Only requirement is to have internet and computer. In Most of the courses 2 days are must at our centre for practical training.
Offline- For offline person has to come to our centre in Delhi.
- Forensic Psychology only 3 months
- Relationship Counselling
- Graphology / Handwriting
- School Counselling
- Psychological Assessment only offline
- Sexuality Education Training
- Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Training in Learning Disability & Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders
- Statistics and Research Methods
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Case History & Mental Status Examination, Intelligence, Developmental & Social Quotient assessment (IQ/DQ/SQ Assessment), Learning Disability, ADHD, Autism spectrum disorder, conduct and other emotional and behavioral disorder assessment, Projective Testing (Rorschach, TAT & SCT), Personality Assessment, Career Counseling Assessment (DBDA, MAP and interest record).
Concept of school counseling; Expectation and Challenges faced by the school Counselor in today’s scenario; Introduction to Continuous comprehensive education (CCE); Limitations of a school counselors; Legal and Ethical considerations; identification and management of various childhood disorders; preventing and managing discipline concerns; dealing with adolescent concerns; concept of life skills; career counseling; sex education; internet addiction; psychological testing and therapeutic interventions like CBT, play therapy, positive disciplining strategies, behavior modification; strategies maintaining documentation; record keeping.
What is it; associated myths and stereotypes; imparting sex education to toddlers and preschoolers; to primary school children; to adolescents; to young youth; concept of bodily changes; biological basis underlying sexuality; dealing with attractions; love, infatuation, relationships; types of sexual relationships; sexual abuse, its prevention, identification and management; sexually transmitted diseases; personal safety; concept of reproductive health, reproductive hygiene, reproductive rights; and birth control .
Understanding of spectrum disorders; identifying PDD, autism, Aspergers, Rett; their causes and management; intervention ; remediation strategies by a special educator, psychologist, speech therapists and occupational therapist; role of parents and the teachers; their educational, social and vocational training, necessary modification and accommodations in the school set-up to facilitate their education
Introduction to Research Methodology and Statistics, Defining the Research Problem, Research Questions and Hypothesis, scales of measurement, Research Designs; Two-Randomized-Groups Design, factorial design, within-groups design, quasi-experimental design, ex-post facto design, Tools and Methods of Data Collection--- questionnaire; survey; interview Sampling, Descriptive Statistics, Measures of central tendency, measures of variance, derived score Inferential statistics, Hypothesis testing, t-test, F-test, ANOVA, Chi-square
Concept of relationship and sexuality; Basic foundations of a sound relationship and common reasons of conflict; Concept of sexual compatibility; Introduction to concept of pre-marital counseling; post-marital counseling; pre-divorce counseling and post-divorce counseling; Steps to enhance one’s interpersonal relationships; Therapeutic models of relationship counseling; dealing with sexual disorders; sex therapy; Application of relationship counseling strategies in marital, live-in, gay and lesbian relationships; Ethical and Legal aspects of relationship
What is Graphology; Principles on which it is based; Graphological analysis and its dimensions; Clinical / Non Clinical / Forensic / Organizational applications; Doodle and signature analysis, Accuracy of Graphology, How it can be used to improve Self.
Introduction to Beck’s CBT; historical and theoretical basis of CBT; guidelines for using CBT; strengths and limitations of CBT over other schools of therapy; assumptions, ABC theory; cognitive distortions; irrational beliefs; cognitive conceptualization; goals and limit setting; developing a treatment plan; therapeutic process; various behavioral, cognitive and emotive techniques; dealing with resistance; problems encountered by therapist; issues of terminal, feedback and referral; clinical and non-clinical applications of CBT with vivid examples, role plays and case studies.
What is LD; what is not LD; Myths associated with LD; types of LD; signs and symptoms; etiology; underlying processing deficits; assessment and diagnosis; co-morbid conditions; disability specific guidelines for teachers; parents and counselor; modification, accommodation and remediation; student centered vs process centred approach; multi-sensory approach; learning styles; management strategies for each deficit skills in detail, such as associated learning; systematic phonetics; phonetic decoding principles; shared-book experience strategy; guided reading; language experience approach; graphic organizers; web charts; idea generation; sensory-integration; letter formation and legibility enhancement strategies; etc. What is ADHD; what is not ADHD; Myths associated with ADHD; types of ADHD; signs and symptoms; etiology; underlying processing deficits; early identification of ADHD; assessment and diagnosis; co-morbid conditions; specific guidelines for teachers; parents and counselor; modifications and remediation; management of ADHD; dealing with school issues; special needs of teens with ADHD; ADHD in adults; ethical issues.
3 Months Weekend Program in association with Indian Forensic Organization
Introduction to Forensic Psychology , Major Mental Illness in Forensic Psychology: psychotic Disorders, Bipolar Disorders, Intellectual Disabilities, Major Depression, Psychopathy: Psychopathy Continued, Insanity Defense, Competency to Stand Trial, Competency Assessment. Sexual Offender-Risk Assessment and Sub types Violence Risk Assessment, Intimate Partner Violence, Juvenile Delinquency, Eye witness memory and identification errors, Amnesia for criminal behavior, Civil Commitment, Child Custody Evaluations, Mind of the Criminal, Case Studies, Personal Injury Evaluations, Paper Submission, New Trends in Forensic Psychology.