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Behavior Therapy

Behavior therapy is a kind of psychotherapy that attempts to modify observable, maladjusted patterns of behavior by the substitution of a new response or set of responses to a given stimulus.

Behavioral approach might be a reward system that rewards good behavior with stars. Such reward systems are particularly effective if they are agreed between parents and teachers and target a few specific behaviors. It is a type of practical therapy that concentrates on tackling specific problems your child is facing.

WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM BEHAVIOR THERAPY?

  • Behavior disorder
  • Autism
  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Hyperactivity
  • Learning disability
  • Conduct disorder
  • Mental retardation