R&R provides behavior management services in the context of whole-person care.
We respect the individuals we serve and recognize their unique strengths as well as challenges. Our therapists expertly tailor strategies to best serve each participant’s needs and good life goals. Behavioral therapy strategies may include identifying replacement behaviors, practicing social skills in group settings, making simple changes to a client’s environment, learning new, healthier habits and training care providers and co-workers on better ways to respond to the individual.
Behavior management therapy for you or your loved one may include:
- Observation of the individual and environment for purposes of development of a plan and to determine baseline.
- Development of a behavioral support plan and subsequent revisions.
- Training in assertiveness.
- Training in stress reduction techniques.
- Training in the acquisition of socially accepted behaviors.
- Training staff, family members, roommates, and other appropriate individuals on the implementation of the behavior support plan.
- Consultation with team members.
- Consultation with HSPP (Health Service Provider in Psychology).
R&R clinicians develop individualized behavioral support plans using a combination of theoretical models from classical conditioning and cognitive psychology. This means that our methods are backed by scientific data. We track the tools and strategies that work, and what doesn’t.
Our focus is not on just helping our clients feel better. We help them to do life better!
This short video provides insight into the foundations of our practice:
WHAT IS BEHAVIORAL THERAPY?
Behavioral therapy is an umbrella term for types of therapy that treat mental health disorders. This form of therapy seeks to identify and help change potentially self-destructive or unhealthy behaviors. It functions on the idea that all behaviors are learned and that unhealthy behaviors can be changed and healthy behaviors can be reinforced and strengthened.
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