Teen years are the best years of human life – full of energy and enthusiasm. Everything is rocking for the teen-agers!!
We have designed a number of programs and workshops which will help them to stay away from the various psychological issues, which could spoil this golden part of life.
Program: This is basically one year program in which psychological assessments will be done by expert psychiatrist and psychologists. That would help to find out psychological risks related to childhood and that would help to control issues at early stage.
Program’s salient points:
It is a program for teenagers, mainly in the 16-18 years bracket. At this age teenagers are looking for direction regarding their personality and career. This program will help them to find out the strength and weakness in their personality and how to overcome from them.
Program’s salient points:
There are about 190 million adolescents in India and both males and females, tend to not be informed about sexuality. This is often caused by lack of education in general (but sex education in particular) and conservative attitudes towards sex.
Parents are often reluctant to teach accurate and relevant information about sex to adolescents because of the stigma associated with the topic. More than taboo, mothers especially feel like talking about sex is embarrassing and dirty. This same attitude is held by teachers.
Surveys have shown that adolescents learn a significant amount about sex from the media, including books and movies. However, exposure is not equivalent to accuracy. Though teens interacted with media that talked about sex, they did not glean accurate information regarding the reproductive process. Additionally, exposure to media didn't teach adolescents about healthy emotional growth or responsible adulthood.
Finally, the level of awareness and knowledge regarding sex education among adolescents is higher among those living urban areas compared to those living in rural areas. This is caused by higher quality education and more exposure to globalized points of view.
Encephalon healthcare helps school students to educate about sex through structure programme which includes the evaluation of students with designed questionnaires and teaching with power point presentation, videos etc.
We provide awareness about areas like:
Addiction is a disorder identified with loss of control, preoccupation with disabling substances or behaviour, and continued use or involvement despite negative consequences”
Students might enter school as a child, but they will graduate as a young adult. 9th class to 12th class is transformational - full of growth, hardships and self-discovery. It’s also an experimental time - and for millions of teens, that means trying drugs and alcohol. Sadly, some teens doing drugs will suffer serious consequences as a result of substance use.
Why do teenagers use drugs?
There are countless reasons. Many are reacting to peer pressure and believe turning to drugs and alcohol is how to become popular in school. Some use drugs to self-medicate from painful feelings. School is often the first time that kids encounter illicit substances - and the curiosity can be too much to resist.
Encephalon healthcare helps to work on the reasons which lead to addiction. We have structure programme that helps to assess the students and helps to control varies addiction like:
Majority of children reported lifetime use of a variety of substances. Tobacco (83.2%) and alcohol (67.7%) were the most common substances ever used followed by cannabis (35.4%), inhalants (34.7%), pharmaceutical opioids (18.1%), sedatives (7.9%) and heroin/smack (7.9%). Use of injectable substances was reported by a significant proportion (12.6%).
As we are moving towards Digital India, the numbers of Internet users have been increasing day by day. Rapid expansion and proliferation of the internet has provided better opportunities for communication, information and social interaction but the excessive undisciplined use by individuals has led to the emergence of the concept of internet addiction. Psychological and environmental factors in the lives of students may leave them disproportionately vulnerable to Internet addiction. There is a growing concern about whether this is excessive and, if so, whether it amounts to an addiction.
"That is higher than 51 per cent global average, 36 per cent in China and 39 per cent in Japan," said the study titled 'Connected Consumers Are Not Created Equal: A Global Perspective.'
"97 per cent of the respondents from India said they have a Facebook account with 77 per cent saying they logged in to the social network daily," said the study.
Those with excessive use internet have high scores on anxiety, depression, and anxiety-depression.
Encephalon healthcare helps to assess students with internet addiction and helps parents to control this addiction at a very early stage.