Psychological activities are individual meetings and are tailored to the patients’ individual abilities and needs. The therapy aims to support development, the acquisition of new skills and the elimination of negative and undesirable behaviour.

The aim of psychological therapy is to:

  • stimulating intellectual functions,
  • exercises to improve concentration,
  • developing the emotional and social sphere,
  • working on patients’ cognitive development, i.e. memory, attention, speech and thinking,
  • relaxation activities that allow you to relax and calm down,
  • programmes to develop visual perception, graphomotor exercises,
  • developing mechanisms for imitation and cooperation,
  • developing orientation in body scheme and space,
  • cooperation with parents or guardians.