Diploma in Child Psychology

Diploma in Child Psychology

Are you interested in learning about child’s psychology and child’s behaviour?  Is this your first step towards a professional career as a child psychologist or you would use this knowledge as a part of your current work? Or perhaps you want to build your own business or just use this knowledge to get to know your own children?

In this course you will find out many interesting aspects that you’ll be able to use in your own professional career.


What you’ll learn?

  • Have knowledge of parenting styles and how they affect child’s development
  • Understanding of developmental theories and psychology of children
  • Have awareness of how children form relationships with others
  • Have knowledge about language, emotions, and cognitive development of children


What Does a Child Psychologist Do?

  • Many child psychologists work in private practices, often collaborating with academic and healthcare professionals. Depending on their specialty, child psychologists may work in the court system, daycares, elementary and secondary schools, government organizations, hospitals, or research facilities.


  • Successful child psychologists possess the following core skills:
    • Skills and Competencies
    • Strong Communication and Observation
    • Complex Problem-Solving
    • Analytical Evaluation
    • Trustworthiness
    • Patience
    • Empathy
    • Motivation to Help Others


Eligibility for admission

  • Age bar is 18 years and above
  • Senior Secondary /Graduation

Duration of the Course:  3 Months (Crash Course)

Eligibility: Any Degree or 10+2 Levels


Course Modules:

  • Introduction to Child Psychology
  • Child Development Research Theories
  • Over view of Cognitive Development
  • Cognitive Development in the first year
  • Cognitive development in the toddler and pre-school years
  • Cognitive development in the middle years
  • Cognitive development and the Teenage years Genetics
  • The nature and Nature debate
  • Physical development
  • Social Development
  • Emotional Development
  • Intellectual Development
  • Achievement and relationship building
  • The role of Separation in child development
  • Language and Communication
  • Self-Esteem and Confident
  • Behavioral Problems
  • General Rules and Differences
  • Education: Schooling, Learning Difficulties and High intelligence
  • Health and Nutrition in the child’s development
  • Developing into adulthood