DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) DBT is an evidenced-based form of cognitive behavioral therapy for teenagers and adults who experience significant trouble managing their emotions, thoughts and behaviors. Treatment for teens includes working with parents and 24-hour phone coaching.
DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) for children and preadolescents DBT helps children and preadolescents who struggle with big feelings and behaviors. Treatment includes working directly with parents and 24-hour coaching by phone.
Radically Open DBT (RO-DBT) RO-DBT is a state-of-the-art, evidence-based behavioral treatment for teenagers and adults who cope with their emotions by exercising excessive self-control. While many individuals value their ability to exert self-control, a growing body of research suggests that too much control can create impairments in functioning, especially when it comes to social relationships.
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Social Kids Club: Weekly virtual social skills program. Children and adolescents are paired with 2 or 3 peers for 6-week group session module. Peers are matched by age and interest.Ages 8–18 years old
TURNN Group: TURNN (Tolerating Uncertainty and Returning to a New Normal) is an 8-session weekly group. Content is specific to coping with issues related to COVID-19 and building the necessary skills to successfully transition from home back into the community.Ages 9 and older
Bridges Parent Coaching: 6-session program that bridges skills from the child’s existing service programs (EI, CPSE, private ABA) into daily life by coaching parents on ways to set up the home and interact with their children to promote joint engagement, communication, interaction and functional play skills.Ages 0–5 years old
Milestone Daily Living Skills Support: 6-session program targeted to improve specific adaptive or daily living skills, such as: toilet training, sleep, personal hygiene, dressing, home safety and wearing a mask.All ages
Let’s Talk Autism: 4-session program specifically for parents and caregivers of individuals on the spectrum. Includes a review of evidence-based treatment and educational programming, how to continue programming during this time of crisis, strategies that can be used at home to set children up for success, and tools for navigating the IEP/educational planning process.All ages
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