Behavioral Therapy

Behavioral therapy addresses challenging behaviors, social skills deficits, and emotional regulation issues.

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) principles and behavior modification strategies are used to develop individualized behavior plans and teach adaptive skills.

Behavioral therapy helps individuals learn appropriate behaviors, improve social interactions, manage emotions effectively, and increase independence in various settings.

    At Tendril Child Development Center, our behavioral therapy services address challenging behaviors, social skills deficits, and emotional regulation issues through a variety of effective techniques. These techniques include:

    Identifying the underlying causes of challenging behaviors to develop targeted intervention plans.

    Teaching individuals to track their own behaviors and progress, fostering self-awareness and accountability.

    Incorporating practices such as deep breathing, meditation, and progressive muscle relaxation to manage stress and improve emotional regulation.

    Teaching strategies to recognize and cope with anger, such as time-outs, relaxation exercises, and problem-solving skills.