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A psychiatric assessment aims to generate an understanding of the timeline of the development of psychiatric symptoms relative to the presentation of the disorder. At Solace, we strive to conduct a detailed evaluation of your child's development so as to collect all the information required to reach the precise diagnosis and offer therapies tailored to your child's needs.


Play therapy aims to utilize play, which is the natural language of children) and the therapeutic relationship it creates, to provide a safe, consistent therapeutic environment for the child. In this environment, a child can experience full acceptance, empathy, and understanding from the therapist and, help process inner experiences and feelings through play and symbols. Play therapy, in a group of peers, provides a ground to safely experience social relationships which help them to develop social and coping skills.


Speech & Language Therapy is the therapeutic management of individuals with speech, language, communication, and hearing disorders. The Speech Language Pathologists carry out the assessment, diagnosis, and management of the disorders by performing thorough examinations and formulating appropriate individualized therapy plans. The department caters to advanced speech pathology services that include speech and language delay in children, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, articulation disorders (poor clarity), fluency disorders (stuttering), learning disability, intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, cleft lip/ palate, hearing impairment, adult language disorder, motor speech disorders.


Occupational therapy helps people of all ages who have physical, sensory, or cognitive problems. Develop fine motor skills so they can grasp and release toys and develop good handwriting or computer skills. Occupational therapy helps children improve eye–hand coordination so they can play and do needed school skills such as bat a ball and copy from a blackboard, master basic life skills such as bathing, getting dressed, brushing teeth, and self-feeding, get special equipment to help build their independence such as wheelchairs, splints, bathing equipment, dressing devices, and communication aids.


Special education programs are designed for those students who are mentally, physically, socially and/or emotionally delayed. This aspect of delay, broadly categorized as a developmental delay, signifies an aspect of the child’s overall development (physical, cognitive, scholastic skills), which place them behind their peers. Due to these special requirements, students’ needs cannot be met within the traditional classroom environment and special education services adapt the content, teaching methodology and delivery instruction to meet the appropriate needs of each child.


Family therapy or family counseling is designed to address specific issues that affect the psychological health of the family, such as major life transitions or mental health conditions. Often problems in the family environment adversely affects the child's development, and therapy has to address the family as a whole inorder to help the child overcome his or her troubles.


Group therapy provides children a safe environment to practice skills and techniques learned in individual sessions. Group therapy gives therapists an opportunity to see how kids relate to one another in a group setting. For kids struggling with social anxiety, poor social skills, or inattentiveness, the group setting offers the therapist a chance to help kids work through their obstacles with other kids as they occur. Group therapy can also be a source of support for kids dealing with grief, bullying, anxiety and depression, and other mental health issues.

Solace-Outreach to families affected by trauma

A traumatic event is one that threatens injury, death, or the physical integrity of self or others and also causes horror, terror, or helplessness at the time it occurs. Traumatic events include sexual abuse, physical abuse, domestic violence, community and school violence, medical trauma, motor vehicle accidents, acts of terrorism, war experiences, natural and human-made disasters, suicides, and other traumatic losses. Cognitive behavior therapy and other trauma-focused techniques can help children with cognitive distortions related to the trauma, such as self-blame, develop more adaptive understanding and perceptions of the trauma.

Solace-Crisis intervention and brief therapy

Crisis intervention counseling may involve one interaction between the counselor and the person being counseled, the purpose being to try to stabilize the person. Brief therapy is a type of counseling that is time limited and present oriented, focuses on the client’s presenting symptoms and current life circumstances, and emphasizes the strengths and resources of the client.

Solace-Eating disorder evaluation and treatment

An eating disorder is a mental health condition where you use the control of food to cope with feelings and other situations. Unhealthy eating behaviours include eating too much or too little or worrying about your weight or body shape. While anybody can get an eating disorder, it is usually common in teenagers between 13 and 17 years. With the popularization of unhealthy and unachievable body types through social media,teenagers often develop eating disorders and body dysmorphia. At Solace, we work towards helping our clients to develop a healthy relationship with food and their body.

Solace-Psychological testing

Psychological tests and assessment tools are used to measure and observe a client's behavior to arrive at a diagnosis and guide treatment. Testing involves the use of formal tests such as questionnaires or checklists. A psychological assessment can include numerous components such as norm-referenced psychological tests, informal tests and surveys, interview information, school or medical records, medical evaluation and observational data. At Solace, we use peer reviewed, reliable and valid tests and assessments that help us gain a clearer picture of our client and help us create the best treatment approach.

Solace-Teen sensitive services

Teenage is a time of growth and puberty changes. These years also bring along physical, mental and social challenges. Teenagers at this time also struggle for independence and control, develop romantic interest and feelings, and are easily influenced by their peers and the need to be accepted by their social group. These changes can often lead to conflicts at home, in school and with other authority figures. In this age of social media, we aim to help struggling teenagers to gain clarity regarding their development and how to perceive and face these challenges in a healthy way.

Solace-Consultation for child care and primary caregivers

Primary caregiving relationships provide a strong foundation for responsive interactions and communication between an infant/ toddler and their caregiver. It is through a child’s relationship and its context that the developing brain begins to structure itself and create a foundation for future learning. At Solace, we aim to enable caregivers to develop close, positive relationships with toddlers and infants, so as to create a secure foundation for a child’s exploration, leading to cognitive, linguistic and social-emotional development.

Solace-Infant-Parent programs

Parents and their infants are going through a momentous process of change in early development. In parent-infant psychotherapy, questions, worries and concerns are raised and addressed by focusing on the interaction between parent and baby. At Solace, we help the parent observe and address what works to reach the baby. The infant’s reactions to modifications lead to the next step in the therapeutic process until the problems are resolved.

Solace- information and referrals

Our information and referral services are aimed at parents who are looking for legitimate sources of information regarding their children and require referrals for specific needs, such as a school that suits your child’s needs, age appropriate toys or even doctors. Parents are often confused and worried about their child’s development, and at Solace, we strive to help you understand, whether you have a simple doubt or strong concern about your child’s development, parenting styles or any other queries.

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