Clinical child psychology is a branch of psychology that deals with asseement and treatment of children and adolescents following the development of psycho-pathological symptoms. Usually, this activity is conducted in private practice settings or in out-patient clinic settings. Clinical child psychologists are usually more diverse in their theoretical orientations than Pediatric psychologists, and they tend to place a greater emphasis on training in assessment, developmental processes, and family therapy, although there is much overlap between the sub-specialties,