The psychology service promotes activities that allows children to “feel good at school” whilst promoting their welfare and academic success through the development of ties with the family, the peer group and the school.
The different routes that children follow are aimed at preventing disharmony in their growth with the establishment of workshops that promote “life skills”, develop social skills, emotional and also cognitive skills.
Another area of development is the use of effective teaching and educational processes that foster active methodologies of teaching in relation to the educational needs of children.
We also deliver workshops on educational responsibility for parents and the school staff, aimed at co-operation and dialogue for the enhancement of “resilience” in children, in the mutual interest of achieving a positive educational development.
The educational psychology service, finally, offers advice to parents and families to promote, support and strengthen the processes of evolution in the growth of children by supporting the parental role.

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