Pukemanu Centre for Child and Family Psychology Services

Run by UC's child and Family Psychology Programme, the Centre provides assistance for parents, whānau and caregivers concerned about their child's behaviour, social and/or emotional development. 

Assessments and interventions are prvided on a short-term basis for children and whānau not currently receiving support from other agencies. 

The Centre is managed by registered psychologists and operates as part of the professional training course for Masters' level students, and above, who are currently undertaking advanced post-graduate training in Child and Family Psychology. 

It provides services that addresses common developmental concerns as well as managing behaviours such as fighting, agression, sleeping problems, disobedience, expression of feelings, withdrawal, social isolation, low self-esteem, and other childhood psychological issues. 

The Family Programme at the Pukemanu Centre