The purpose of this study is to analyse to study whether the dysfunction on various subscales of the Dysfunctional Analysis Questionnaire (DAQ) - social, vocational, personal, familial, and cognitive is affected by the degree of social support. Cross-sectional study conducted from March 2018 to September 2019. The study wear conducted in NKPSIMS &LMH &Research Centre, Nagpur. Used structured test – Dysfunctional Analysis Questionnaire (DAQ). The randomly selected children (ages 7 to 12 Years), referred by doctors, teachers, tuition teachers, and parents for psychological evaluation and management. Total n 57). Used IBM- SPSS-25 software to analyse Average, percentile, mean, variance, frequency, and paired t-test. The current study found statistically significant changes in Social (t value 3.291), Vocational (t value 4.769), Personal (t value 3.334), Family (t value 3.664), and Cognitive (t value 1.727), statistically significant at p<0.05 level). Our findings showed that social support training had a significant and positive effect on social, vocational, personal, family, and cognitive skills. The social support-based training relevant outcome, in this approach and beneficial changes seen in parents' mental health especially in mothers' reduction of frustration, depression, anxiety, and negative effects of life stress and enhanced self-esteem.