CBT 2 - Child Behavior Therapy With Cognitive Behavior Therapy

CBT 2 - Child Behavior Therapy With Cognitive Behavior Therapy

CBT 2 - Child Behavior Therapy With Cognitive Behavior Therapy

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JP Nagar 7 Phase, Bangalore

TJ Towers, 3rd Floor, Brigade Millenum Road., Landmark: Above Liberty Showroom, Bangalore

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What Is Child Behavior Therapy?Child Behavior Therapy consists of practical and tested procedures designed to provide the child with the strategies needed to improve family interactions and the child's ability to manage his / her behavior. Equal emphasis is placed on parent training, in child Behavior therapy, to successfully manage and shape the child's behavior. By focusing less on child's emotional state and more on his actual behaviors, it attempts to turn parents into their child's therapist by teaching them how to encourage and maintain positive behaviors, determine which behaviors can be actively ignored, and know when and how to set and enforce rules.Our Mission:Our mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with Psychological Disorders, Behavioral Issues and Developmental Delays like Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families. We continually strive to be the premiere resource for specialized Autism Services in Bangalore by providing programs that meet the specific needs of each individual affected by Autism.The vision for CBT2 is to give access to quality mental health care to children and their families. Our goal is to optimize human potential, increase quality of life and maximize engagement with life and values. CBT2 provides holistic psychological evaluation and treatment for children and adults.Conditions That Can Be Treated With Cognitive Behavior Therapy:Child Behavior Therapy with Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT2) can be used in treating the following conditions / disorders -Depression,Anxiety Disorder,Personality Disorder,Bipolar Disorder,Panic Disorder,Phobias,Pain Management,Anger Management,Sexual Abuse,Post Trauma Stress Disorder,Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder,Oppositional Defiant Disorder,Conduct Disorder,Obsessive Compulsive Disorder,Pervasive Developmental Disorder,Autism Spectrum Disorder,Stress Related Issues,Relationship Issues,Grief,Low Self Esteem,Temper Tantrums,Sibling RivalryWhat To Expect In Parent Training?It helps the parents to - 1) Gain a better understanding of what behaviors are normal for your child2) Learn to achieve consistent and positive interactions3) Cut down on negative interactions, such as arguing or constantly having to repeat instructions4) Provide appropriate consequences for your child's Behavior5) Become more empathetic of your child's viewpoint6) Assist your child in improving his / her abilities to manage their own behaviors.When Should Your Child See A Therapist?- Developmental delay in speech, language or toilet training- Learning or attention problems ( such as ADHD)- Behavior problems ( such as excessive anger, acting out, bed wetting or eating disorders, temper tantrums)- Significant drop in grades, particularly if your child normally maintains high grades- Episodes of sadness, tearfulness or depression- Social withdrawal or isolation- Being the victim of bullying or bullying other children- Decreased interest in previously enjoyed activities- Overly aggressive Behavior (such as biting, kicking or hitting)- Sudden changes in appetite (particularly in adolescents)- Insomnia or increased sleepiness- Excessive school absenteeism or tardiness- Mood swings- Development of or an increase in physical complaints (such as headache, stomachache, or not feeling well) despite a normal physical exam by your doctor- Management of a serious, acute or chronic illness- Problems in transitions (such as separation, divorce or relocation)- Therapy following sexual, physical or emotional abuse or other traumatic eventsKids who aren't yet school age could benefit from seeing a therapist if there is a significant delay in achieving developmental milestones such as walking, talking and potty training, and if there are concerns regarding Autism and other Developmental Disorders.Red Flags At Any Age:- Not achieving indicated developmental milestones- No or limited eye contact - Strong parent concerns- Significant loss of skills- Lack of response to sound or visual stimuli- Poor interaction with adults or other children- Difference between right and left sides of body in strength, movement or tone- Loose or floppy movements (low tone) or stiff and tense (high tone)


Mon - Sat

09:00 - 08:00


Behaviour & Thought Problems
Abnormal, Unusual, Strange Behavior
Difficulty of Learning
Loss of Interest
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Masters in Child Life and Family Studies, Masters in Human Development

18 years experience

Counselling Psychologist


Child Behavior Therapist

90% (30 votes)
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