Ms Rittika Bhattacharjyas – Child Psychologist |Parent- Child, Adolescent Counselling and Special Child Therapist
Ms Rittika Bhattacharjya, a counseling psychologist working in the field of mental health for couple of years. Ms. Rittika is a certified Cognitive Behaviour Therapist and also trained in supportive techniques of Art in Counseling. She also have hands on experience in dealing with children with special needs and their parents. She has worked as a Child Psychologist with couple of institutions. After gaining rich experience and knowledge, she is implementing her vision for quality counseling and therapies at her center now, under the name of Elysium Minds. Providing Child Counseling, Parent Counseling, Adolescent Counseling and therapy for children with special needs. Though clients of all ages are accepted, both neurotypical and A-typical children can come for counselling sessions.
Her journey as a psychologist started in the year 2019 . She started working as an Assistant Professor of Psychology. After one year, she decided to enter the clinical area and since then she got herself trained and started her center. Meanwhile she also started working as a Child Psychologist. Since then there was no looking back and today with rich experience in the field of mental health, striving towards more growth and awareness of people regarding the importance of therapy and counseling.
Ms. Rittika also helps students by conducting Workshops on Stress Management and art therapy at her center. She was also an active faculty member and conducted Antarman Corporate workshop for the year 2020
Child counselling is a sort of therapy aimed at young children, teenagers, and adolescents who are suffering from one or more mental diseases. It also helps young people who have been through trauma or who live in a dysfunctional or stressful home situation. Many of the challenges these children confront are similar to those that adults face on a daily basis. The goal of child counsellors is to assist children in better interpreting the challenges they are dealing with and/or the trauma they have experienced. Child counsellors are trained in the treatment of various issues like anxiety, depression, behaviour difficulties, bullying, hyperactivity, low self-esteem, self-harm, and even post traumatic symptoms
Child counsellors can also assist youngsters with learning and physical problems. They can assist children who are on the autism spectrum.
Many child counsellors are usually qualified psychologists who have taken up a specialisation in working with children. They can also be occupational therapists and speech therapists who assist children with sensory, motor and language concerns, in addition to mental health struggles. Book an Appointment