Clinical care at Mpower is provided through world-class centres of excellence, by extremely skilled and qualified mental health professionals and can be broadly classified into the Centre, the Foundation, and the Cell.
At Mpower, we provide clinical services through the following units:
Offers holistic mental health care solutions to children, adolescents, young people and their families.
Provides quality mental health care to all individuals, by empowering people living with psychosocial difficulties to lead meaningful lives, without social exclusion.
Provides clinical interventions for specific target audiences.
A Psychiatric consultation is a comprehensive medical evaluation with a psychiatrist (a medical professional) of any past history of mental health concerns and the biological and psychological sources of emotional distress and may involve medication, depending on the severity of the concern.
Individual therapy is a collaborative process between a client and a trained mental health therapist which focuses on talking about a variety of mental health concerns (including but not limited to clinical disorders), self-exploration and dealing with life-stressors.
Couples counselling facilitates understanding between the two partners regarding their communication, inculcating healthy ways to deal with conflict and work towards a mutually agreed goal for the relationship.
Ocupational therapy aims to assess, identify and formulate a tailored therapeutic plan for the difficulties children may have during daily tasks in the areas of fine and gross motor skills, sensory processing, cognitive skills and social interaction and communication.
Speech therapy is the assessment and treatment of communication concerns that arise in childhood and/or any speech impairments caused by an injury such as a stroke or a traumatic brain injury.
Remedial therapy is designed to assist students to achieve expected competencies in core academic skills and bridges gaps in the areas of reading, writing, and math as well as building skills and strategies to improve comprehension, sustain attention, time management and organisational skills.
A Parenting consult is a meeting between the parents and the therapist to discuss the progress made by the child on the goals collaboratively decided as well as to focus on parenting styles and strategies.
Dance movement therapy is a branch of expressive arts therapy that uses movement to help individuals achieve emotional, cognitive, physical, and social integration.
Music therapy is a branch of expressive arts therapy wherein a trained music therapist uses music to facilitate modulation of emotion, attention, cognition, communication, with various psychological concerns such as depression, anxiety, neurodevelopmental concerns (autism, downs syndrome), dementia, etc.
Nutrimentor sessions involve individualised nutrition plans by an expert in health and nutrition and focuses on understanding the biological relationship between food and mental health.
A Support group is a platform for individuals with similar concerns to come together and gain perspective about the various attitudes towards a similar situation, identify different ways of coping, and alleviate the feeling of isolation through mutual sharing and exploratory activities
A Psychoeducational evaluation consists of psychological and educational tests that identifies areas of strength and weakness in a student’s learning profile, identify Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder, etc. which helps inform interventions to address these difficulties.