Psychological Interventions at A New Ray...
Behaviour therapy (BT) is based on the principles of Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) and operant conditioning. It focuses on reducing challenging behaviours and teaching new skills. It has found to be beneficial in reducing aggressive behaviour, improving language skills, enhancing social behaviours, reducing self-injurious behaviours and bedwetting. Behaviour Therapy helps in understanding the causes or functions of challenging behaviours that interfere with daily life and identify more appropriate behaviours as replacements. Behaviour Therapists work closely with parents by designing specific strategies to enhance or reduce the problematic behaviours of their children.
Behaviour Therapy can be useful in treating
- * ADHD
- * Autism Spectrum Disorder
- * Oppositional Defiant Disorder
- * Developmental difficulties
- * Temper Tantrums