There are many types of behavior therapy, but all have a common goal— to alter the child’s physical and social environments to greatly help the child improve his behavior. Under this method, parents, teachers, along with other caregivers learn improved ways to work with and relate with the child with ADHD. You will learn how to set and enforce rules, help your child know very well what he needs to do, use discipline effectively, and encourage good behavior. Your son or daughter will learn better ways to control his behavior because of this.
Behavior therapy has 3 principles that are basic
- Set specific goals. Set clear goals for the child such as staying dedicated to homework for a time that is certain sharing toys with friends.
- Provide rewards and consequences. Give your son or daughter a reward that is specifiedpositive reinforcement) when she shows the required behavior. Give your child a consequence (unwanted result or punishment) when she does not meet a goal.
- Keep using the rewards and consequences. Making use of the rewards and consequences consistently for some time will shape your child’s behavior in a positive way.
Behavior therapy recognizes the limits that having ADHD puts on a kid. It centers on how the important people and places in the child’s life can conform to encourage behavior that is good discourage unwanted behavior. Continua a leggere