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Your Child might need Behavioural Therapy if...

A Behavioural Therapist with autistic children
Behavioural Therapy in session at Headstart Academy TTDI

  1. Attention and Impulse Control Challenges:

  • Characteristics: Children who struggle with attention, focus, and impulse control.

  • Possible Issues: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or related difficulties.

  • Behavioral Therapy Focus: Improving attention span, enhancing self-control, and implementing organizational strategies.

  1. Cooperation and Conduct Issues:

  • Characteristic: Children struggled in following instruction and structured activities

  • Possible issues: Inflexibility in any areas

  • Behavioral Therapy Focus: Break skills down, teaching conflict resolution, giving predictability and practice appropriate responses.

  1. Difficulties in Social Skills:

  • Characteristics: Unaware of other people, prefer to play on his own, repetitive and restricted pattern of behaviors.

  • Possible Issues: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), social skills deficits or anxiety

  • Behavioral Therapy Focus: Enhancing social skills, targeting flexibilities, and tolerating social manners.

These categories provide a general framework, and individual cases may involve a combination of these difficulties. A qualified mental health professional can conduct a thorough assessment to identify specific needs and tailor behavioral interventions accordingly. Additionally, involving parents or caregivers in the therapeutic process is often crucial for successful outcomes in addressing these challenges.

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