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Self Injury in children’s

Causes of Self Injury in children’s 

1. Pain.
Self abuse can sometimes be a sign of pain, especially for a child that has difficulty communicating or that is diagnosed with a pervasive developmental disorder. Observe the exact location of abuse and investigate whether it is possible that the child may be in pain. If the child is hitting his or her head or ear, try to determine if maybe they are suffering from a headache or earache.
You may want to ask if your child hurts or use the sign for pain while pointing to the area. Whatever method of communication you would typically use or if you are using a picture exchange communication system (PECS) , try to create a picture for pain to help them become familiar with this concept. If you believe your child is in pain, contact your pediatrician or family doctor for further instruction.

2. Attention seeking behavior.
Self injurious behavior can also occur as a way to get attention. If you notice that the child tends to head bang or do other types of injurious behavior usually when alone and someone frequently goes over to give them attention immediately after the behavior, then attention is probably the motivator. Putting the child on a schedule of frequent attention every 5-10 minutes can help with this. You may also find additional strategies for attention seeking behavior at the link above.

3. Access to desirable items.
Some children will learn that when they can’t have something they often gain access to preferred items after hurting themselves. Self injury for this reason can be very tricky. If you try to withhold the items following self abuse you will risk an escalation leading to severe injury. You may find some of the tips on how to say no to be helpful, but seek help from a professional if you suspect this is the problem.

4. During transition times. Some children might engage in self injurious behavior to avoid transitioning to a new activity or to avoid and/or delay undesirable activities. Applying the transition strategies provided at the link above can help with a problem due to this reason.

5. Self-Regulation. It may also be helping a child to achieve self-regulation if the child suffers from sensory processing disorder. Working with an occupational therapist to develop a sensory diet and implement other sensory regulation activities can help to prevent self injury due to this reason.

6. Escape from undesirable activities. A child that doesn’t want to do something that is asked might discover that self injury stops requests to do things. Compliance strategies can help to avoid injurious behavior due to this reason, but additional professional assistance may be needed if the behaviors are frequent or severe.

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Posted December 9, 2015 by hellopsychologist in Uncategorized

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Rate your Face Book Addiction   Leave a comment

facebook-shock Are You a Facebook Addict? Quiz

Instructions: Answer the questions below based upon how you feel about your use of Facebook. This takes most people about a minute to complete. Take your time and answer truthfully for the most accurate results.


I am a year old Female / Male / Other

Approximately how many Facebook friends do you have?
Not on Facebook
1 – 10
11 – 50
51 – 100
101 – 175
176 – 250
251 – 350
351 – 500
501 – 750
751 – 1000
1001 or more

1. I spend a lot of time thinking about Facebook or planning your use of Facebook.
Very rarely
Very often
2. I feel an urge to use Facebook more and more.
Very rarely
Very often
3. I use Facebook in order to forget about personal problems.
Very rarely
Very often
4. I’ve tried to cut down on my use of Facebook without success.
Very rarely
Very often
5. I’ve become restless or troubled if you are prohibited from using Facebook.
Very rarely
Very often
6. I use Facebook so much that it has had a negative impact on my job or studies.
Very rarely
Very often

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Rate your Face Book Addiction   Leave a comment

  1. Have you spend more than 90 minute on face book every day.
  2. Do you feel anxious when you not check your face book account in a day.
  3. If any one open his face book account is you have desire to see yours.
  4. What exactly you do on your face book account.
  5. In early morning when you start you internet / mobile net you first check you face book account.
  6. When any friend comment on your photo or your wall have you feel depress / angry in that day. 
  7. Do you have two to three face book account with fake ids.
  8. What you prefera wall writitng / on line chatting
  9. Have you check your spouse face book id often.
  10. Do you have your own face picture on face book or other .
  11. Have you check more than 6 time your face book in a day.

if you have more than 6 point in your daily  routine and feel distress and disability than make your self aware thanks


Rajesh C.Pandey

Child Psychologist

 09452463690Face Book Addiction

method to improve memory   Leave a comment

method to improve memory.

Posted December 11, 2011 by hellopsychologist in Uncategorized

method to improve memory   Leave a comment

Visual image

Associate a visual image with a word or name to help you remember them better. Positive, pleasant images that are vivid, colorful, and three-dimensional will be easier to remember.

To remember the name Rosa Parks and what she’s known for, picture a woman sitting on a park bench surrounded by roses, waiting as her bus pulls up.

Acrostic (or sentence)

Make up a sentence in which the first letter of each word is part of or represents the initial of what you want to remember.

The sentence “Every good boy does fine” to memorize the lines of the treble clef, representing the notes E, G, B, D, and F.


An acronym is a word that is made up by taking the first letters of all the key words or ideas you need to remember and creating a new word out of them.

The word “HOMES” to remember the names of the Great Lakes: Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior.

Rhymes and alliteration

Rhymes, alliteration (a repeating sound or syllable), and even jokes are a memorable way to remember more mundane facts and figures.

The rhyme “Thirty days hath September, April, June, and November” to remember the months of the year with only 30 days in them.


Chunking breaks a long list of numbers or other types of information into smaller, more manageable chunks.

Remembering a 10-digit phone number by breaking it down into three sets of numbers: 555-867-5309 (as opposed to5558675309).

Method of loci

Imagine placing the items you want to remember along a route you know well or in specific locations in a familiar room or building.


For a shopping list, imagine bananas in the entryway to your home, a puddle of milk in the middle of the sofa, eggs going up the stairs, and bread on your bed.

Posted December 11, 2011 by hellopsychologist in Uncategorized

Rate Your Depression   Leave a comment


  1. feel irritation in every work
  2. feel lack of energy
  3. feel anger often
  4. sleep disturbed
  5. low apatite
  6.  have low interest in personal relation
  7. future look dark
  8. feel helpless.

if any one have three character in behaviour from last 15 days

must be aware you are may be in depression.

Posted December 7, 2011 by hellopsychologist in Uncategorized

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Posted December 1, 2011 by hellopsychologist in Uncategorized