Psychodiagnostic consultation and child psychotherapy

Psychodiagnostic consultation aims to investigate the child’s psychic and affective/relational world. It consists of an interview with the parents, a direct observation of the child and, if possible, psychological testing.

The main assumption employed is that the different stages of growth and development require continuous adjustments from an affective and relational point of view, and in children, preadolescents and adolescents with visual problems, these processes are intertwined with how they experienced their disability. Therefore, the Foundation proposes a psychotherapeutic pathway capable of accompanying children and adolescents in their processes of personal re-elaboration and integration toward the construction of a harmonious self.