Parents whose child is:
- Irritable, aggressive, disobedient, abusive, ill-tempered, destructive, unable to communicate well.
- Having temper tantrums, sleeping or eating disorders, unexplained worries or unfounded fears.
- Addicted to TV, Internet, computer games, etc.
- Having difficulty making friends or is withdrawn from people or activities he/she liked earlier.
- Often complaining of headache, stomach-ache, weakness etc. without any apparent cause.
- Feel that their child is facing an emotional problem that they are unable to understand.
- Often receive complaints or unsatisfactory reports about their child from school and neighbours.
- Feel frustrated/terrorized and helpless by their child’s aggression, tantrums, unruly behaviour,
- Suspect a physical or sexual abuse with their child.
- Are worried about their child’s sexuality and need help in talking to him/her.
Adolescents or young adults who:
- Are confused about life’s goals or feel that they are not good enough for anything at all.
- Feel the need for a patient hearing or are pressurized by the expectations of their parents.
- Find it difficult to get along easily with others or are teased and ridiculed frequently.
- Feel drawn to drinks, drugs or minor crimes simply to gain acceptance among age-peers.
- Feel guilty for, either something done by them, or the thoughts that often come to their mind.
- Have frequent mood swings, eating and sleep disorders or unexplained fear and anxiety.
- Feel depressed, lonely, ignored, unwanted, stressed out, or have suicidal thoughts.
- Are ashamed of their physical appearance and/or have some sex-related queries or fears.