CategoryBehavioral therapies

What is Dialectical Behavior Therapy? Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) for adolescents is an evidence-based treatment originally developed for suicidal, multi-problem adolescents.  It has since been adapted for a broader range of adolescents who present with emotional and behavioral regulation challenges.  Moreover, while DBT started as an outpatient psychotherapy intervention, it has been utilized in a range...
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Behavior Intervention: Definition, Strategies, and Resources When faced with difficult situations, children may occasionally lose their temper or experience emotional outbursts. Behavior issues, such as uncontrolled tantrums, aggressive physical behavior, and repetitive emotional outbursts, may interfere with children’s ability to function in school and may cause turmoil at home. Targeted behavior interventions tailored to meet...
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Behavioral therapies Behavioral therapies for children and adolescents vary widely, but they all focus primarily on how some problematic thoughts or negative behaviors may unknowingly or unintentionally get “rewarded” within a young person’s environment. These rewards or reinforcements often contribute to an increase in the frequency of these undesirable thoughts and behaviors. Behavior therapies can be...
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