Aleks Liss, psychologist, celebrates 2 years at C&FD

Monday, Jul 11, 2016 by Child & Family Development

 

Happy C&FD Anniversary to Aleks Liss!

Aleksandra Liss, PsyD is a clinical psychologist at the Midtown office. She is celebrating years at Child and Family Development this month.   

Dr. Liss provides evidence-based therapeutic interventions to children and adolescents (ages 3 to 18). She has specialized training in the treatment of anxiety, depression, behavioral problems, ADHD, social difficulties and relationship problems. She enjoys working with families on communication, parenting issues and behavior management. As interest dictates, she can offer groups, including a Winning Over Worries (WOW) group for girls with anxiety and a Social Skills group for boys.

A colleague shares:  

Children and their parents love working with Dr. Liss.  She does a wonderful job of taking an individualized approach with each client. She thinks outside the box to come up with creative solutions to address a variety of issues.

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Topics: Aleksandra Liss, C&FD Psychological Services

Mental Health Awareness Month: C&FD Psychological Services

Monday, May 16, 2016 by Child & Family Development

 

May is Mental Health Awareness Month.  Psychologists help kids, teens and young adults live life to the fullest.  

They work closely with educators and other developmental therapists to understand the learning needs of school-aged children, adolescents and young adults during psycho-educational evaluations.  

Click here to read more about psycho-educational evaluations.  

Psychologists provide a variety of services including:

EVALUATIONS
  • Psycho-educational 
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Social/ Emotional/ Behavioral Adjustment 
  • Neuropsychology  
  • School Readiness
  • College Accommodations 
TREATMENTS
  • Individual Psychotherapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Groups

Our psychologists hold Doctorate degrees and are experienced diagnosticians. 

We help kids, adolescents and young adults with difficulties, including but not limited to:

  • ADHD and other attention difficulties
  • Anxiety
  • Developmental disabilities
  • Learning Differences and learning disabilities

Click here for more information about the psychology team at Child and Family Development!

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Topics: Aleksandra Liss, Gretchen Hunter, Chris Vrabel, Brandyn Street, Devon Redmond, C&FD Psychological Services, Shavonda Bean

May is Mental Health Awareness Month!

Monday, May 2, 2016 by Child & Family Development

 

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we are celebrating our team.  

We help kids, adolescents and young adults with difficulties, including but not limited to:

  • ADHD and other attention difficulties
  • Anxiety
  • Developmental disabilities
  • Learning Differences and learning disabilities

MIDTOWN

  • Shavonda Bean LPA
  • Gretchen Hunter PhD
  • Aleks Liss PsyD
  • Devon Redmond PhD

PINEVILLE

  • Amanda Cummings PhD
  • Brandyn Street PsyD
  • Chris Vrabel PhD 

Click here for more information about the psychologists at Child and Family Development!

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Topics: Aleksandra Liss, Gretchen Hunter, Chris Vrabel, Brandyn Street, Devon Redmond, C&FD Psychological Services, Shavonda Bean

Psychologist & Educator lead workshop at Harris YMCA

Monday, Oct 26, 2015 by Child & Family Development

In just about a month, Child and Family Development is pleased to partner with the Harris YMCA again for another free workshop! Here are the details: 

Topic: Behavior Basics & School Demands

Description: Learn strategies for managing your child’s behavior and get ideas and resources that will make a difference at home right away!

Presenters: Aleksandra Liss PsyD, child psychologist & Marie Pacini MAT NCBT, educational specialist

Date/Time: Thursday, November 12 at 9:30 AM

Place: James J. Harris Branch Family YMCA, 5900 Quail Hollow Road, 28210 

Register: celeste.bailey@ymcacharlotte.org 

 

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Topics: Aleksandra Liss, Marie Arrington, C&FD Educational Services, C&FD Psychological Services

Social Skills Class for teens and adults with Down syndrome: "Getting To Work"

Friday, Aug 21, 2015 by Child & Family Development

Child and Family Development is pleased to partner with the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Charlotte (DSAGC) to offer the "Getting To Work" program this October.  

The deadline for registration is just two weeks from today on September 4, 2015.  

For more details, visit the DSAGC Teen & Adult Programming page here

The "Getting To Work" class focuses on building job skills, social skills and professional relationships.  It is created for people 16 years old or older who want to work or volunteer in their community. 

The class is led by 2 experienced therapists from Child and Family Development, both of whom have experience in teaching social skills and life skills.

They will teach adult communication skills and provide a structured and engaging way to learn and practice these practical interactions with others. This class is suitable for any individual aged 16+ with Down syndrome. Those who are working, want to be working or want to seek volunteer opportunities in the community are encouraged to register.

Topics include: 
• Relationships: differentiating personal and professional associations
• Communication: introductions, handshakes and social awareness
• Community: identifying opportunities, making inquiries and interview skills (asking questions, answering questions, and interview etiquette)

Parents and caregivers will attend the last part of each session and be involved in weekly assignments.

Dates: Mondays in October: 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th (dates are tentative at this time)

Time: 6:15–7:45 pm

Location: Child & Family Development- Midtown office, 4012 Park Rd, Suite 200,  Charlotte, NC 28209

Cost: $200

Contact: DSAGC for more information and to get registered by 9/4/15

Stephanie Cook, scook@dsa-gc.org; 704-916-9312
Register online: http://dsagc.wildapricot.org/event-1882042/Registration

 

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C&FD and DSAGC: "Getting To Work" social skills class in Charlotte

Thursday, Jul 30, 2015 by Child & Family Development

Do you know someone with Down Syndrome, 16 years old or older, who wants to work or volunteer in their community?

This fall, Child and Family Development is pleased to partner with the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Charlotte (DSAGC) to offer the "Getting To Work".  Visit their Teen & Adult Programming page here

The "Getting To Work" class focus is on building job skills, social skills and professional relationships.  

The class is led by 2 experienced therapists from Child and Family Development, both of whom have experience in teaching social skills and life skills.

They will teach adult communication skills and provide a structured and engaging way to learn and practice these practical interactions with others. This class is suitable for any individual aged 16+ with Down syndrome. Those who are working, want to be working or want to seek volunteer opportunities in the community are encouraged to register.

Topics include: 
• Relationships: differentiating personal and professional associations
• Communication: introductions, handshakes and social awareness
• Community: identifying opportunities, making inquiries and interview skills (asking questions, answering questions, and interview etiquette)

Parents and caregivers will attend the last part of each session and be involved in weekly assignments.

Dates: Mondays in October: 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th (dates are tentative at this time)

Time: 6:15–7:45 pm

Location: Child & Family Development- Midtown office, 4012 Park Rd, Suite 200,  Charlotte, NC 28209

Cost: $200

Contact: DSAGC for more information and to get registered by 9/4/15

Stephanie Cook, scook@dsa-gc.org; 704-916-9312
Register online: http://dsagc.wildapricot.org/event-1882042/Registration

 

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Social Skills Group for Girls

Tuesday, Jul 28, 2015 by Child & Family Development

This summer, two psychologists at Child and Family Development are offering a Social Skills group for girls, ages 7-12 years old.

There are available spots for the following group:  

GIRL'S GROUP: August 3-6

Objectives

The Social Skills Group is designed to be an enjoyable way for children to get support and insight from their peers, with the facilitation from a child psychologist. The psychologist leads discussions and introduces positive strategies for interacting with others. 

 

Activities and topics will include:

  • confidence building
  • conversational skills
  • coping strategies
  • mindfulness
  • peer review
  • role play
  • social situation practice response
  • turn taking 

This experience may be an adjunct to individual therapy and can be extremely valuable in helping your child feel and be more connected to others.  Each person participates in group discussions and will have the opportunity to share experiences and get feedback from others.

Prior to the first group session, a psychologist will complete a brief screen to ensure that participation is beneficial, largely based on conversational skills.  

Click here for a printable flyer. 

Scheduling

Groups are scheduled on Monday-Thursday for 1-hour sessions from 1:00-2:00 PM. 

Cost 

A family may pay privately or use insurance. Regular deductibles and co-pays apply.  Prior authorization applies, as applicable by funding source.  Group services are $60/session.          

Contact  

Call the Midtown office at 704-332-4834 to connect with a psychologist: 

Aleksandra Liss, PsyD, LPA

ext. 136

aliss@childandfamilydevelopment.com

Devon Redmond, PhD

ext. 126

dredmond@childandfamilydevelopment.com 

 

 

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Topics: Aleksandra Liss, Devon Redmond, C&FD Psychological Services

Social Skills Groups with C&FD psychologists

Tuesday, Jul 21, 2015 by Child & Family Development

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This summer, two psychologists at Child and Family Development are offering Social Skills groups for kids, ages 7-12 years old.

There are available spots for the following groups:  

BOYS GROUP: July 27-30

GIRLS GROUP: August 3-6

Objectives

The Social Skills Group is designed to be an enjoyable way for children to get support and insight from their peers, with the facilitation from a child psychologist. The psychologist leads discussions and introduces positive strategies for interacting with others. 

Activities and topics will include:

  • confidence building
  • conversational skills
  • coping strategies
  • mindfulness
  • peer review
  • role play
  • social situation practice response
  • turn taking 

This experience may be an adjunct to individual therapy and can be extremely valuable in helping your child feel and be more connected to others.  Each person participates in group discussions and will have the opportunity to share experiences and get feedback from others.

Prior to the first group session, a psychologist will complete a brief screen to ensure that participation is beneficial, largely based on conversational skills.  

Click here for a printable flyer. 

Scheduling

Groups are scheduled on Monday-Thursday for 1-hour sessions from 1:00-2:00 PM. 

Cost 

A family may pay privately or use insurance. Regular deductibles and co-pays apply.  Prior authorization applies, as applicable by funding source.  Group services are $60/session.          

Contact  

Call the Midtown office at 704-332-4834 to connect with a psychologist: 

Aleksandra Liss, PsyD, LPA

ext. 136

aliss@childandfamilydevelopment.com

Devon Redmond, PhD

ext. 126

dredmond@childandfamilydevelopment.com 

 

 

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Topics: Aleksandra Liss, Devon Redmond, C&FD Psychological Services

Psychologist, Aleksandra Liss, celebrates 1 year at Child and Family Development

Friday, Jul 17, 2015 by Child & Family Development

Aleksandra Liss, PsyD marks 1 year at Child and Family Development this month!

She is a psychologist at the Midtown office.  

Dr. Liss has accomplished a lot during her first year here, including a Behavior Basics parent seminar, collaboration with the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Charlotte and the John Crosland School, and-most of all- developing therapy groups for children and teens with anxiety and attention difficulties. 

Looking ahead, she is eager to expand 2 groups:  

  • Winning Over Worries (WOW) group for teenaged girls
  • Social Skills group for 7-12 year olds  

Happy C&FD Anniversary! 

Read more about some of Dr. Liss' group therapy here.  

 

 

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Psychologist, Aleks Liss shares unique parenting tool

Wednesday, Jul 8, 2015 by Child & Family Development

Aleksandra Liss, Psy.D. is a psychologist at the Midtown office of Child and Family Development,

She spotted a great piece by Michelle Huggins on Charlotte Parent, highlighting a Charlotte-based organization called Q4KIDZ.  It provides unique conversation starters to enrollees on a daily basis that aim to spark discussion between parents and children.    

Dr. Liss endorses this approach and suggests some of the benefits for parents may be:

  • Increasing communication can strengthen the parent-child relationship making it more likely that the your child will talk to you about other topics and situations  
  • Talking about a neutral topics can help diffuse tension that is created when discussing behavioral problems or other issues between the parent and child
  • Getting to know your child better and  telling them you appreciate their interesting and unique point-of-view provides your child with positive attention, making them less likely to seek out negative attention.
Vist the Q4KIDZ website to enroll!                              Q4KIDZ
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Topics: Aleksandra Liss, C&FD Psychological Services

counseling for kids and teens

Wednesday, Jun 17, 2015 by Child & Family Development

The psychologists at Child and Family Development offer a variety of counseling and treatment services: 

  • Individual Psychotherapy: Therapy can address a wide range of difficulties, including ADHD, autism, executive functioning difficulties, mood issues, emotional regulation, anger, management, family problems and overall adjustment issues.
  • Family Therapy: We often recommend that the whole family to be involved in counseling to learn different ways of interacting and resolving problems.
  • Groups: Peers have a strong influence in a child’s life. Group therapy channels this influence in a positive manner and can be powerful in changing behavior. The development of expressive and social skills, and healthy peer relationships and support systems in a safe environment is the goal of the group. We provide options for children and adolescents with ADHD, anxiety, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or other difficulties.
  • CogMed Working Memory Training: An innovative home-based computer program that helps people with attention problems by training and increasing their working memory capacity. Visit www.cogmed.com for more information and a free webinar.  

All 6 psychologists hold Doctorate degrees and are licensed by the state of North Carolina.  We are in-network with many insurance plans, including Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield NC and Primary Physician Care. Our clients also may pay privately and access out-of-network benefits. Good news, more folks are joining the team soon! 

Read more about our psychology services here.    

 

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Topics: Aleksandra Liss, Gretchen Hunter, Chris Vrabel, Brandyn Street, Devon Redmond, C&FD Psychological Services

Psychologists are mindful of Mental Health Awareness Month

Friday, May 1, 2015 by Child & Family Development

Brochure_PSYThe Child and Family Development team of 6 psychologists is celebrating Mental Health Awareness this month!

MIDTOWN OFFICE 

 

Gretchen Hunter, PhD

 

Aleksandra Liss, PsyD

 

Devon Redmond, PhD

 

PINEVILLE OFFICE

 

Joy Granetz, PhD

 

Brandyn Street, PhD

 

Chris Vrabel, PsyD

 

All of our therapists hold Doctorate degrees and are licensed by the state of North Carolina.  We are in-network with many insurance plans, including Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield NC and Primary Physician Care. Our clients also may pay privately and access out-of-network benefits.

 

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Topics: Aleksandra Liss, Gretchen Hunter, Chris Vrabel, Brandyn Street, Devon Redmond, C&FD Psychological Services

Don't Take Our Word For It: teachers notice a change

Tuesday, Apr 28, 2015 by Child & Family Development

Parent-teacher conferences can be harrowing, unless the school staff are noticing improvements in a student's success.  

Earlier this month, a mom shared this great news about her daughter with Aleks Liss, PsyD, psychologist at the Midtown office:   

"I had a meeting with all her teachers yesterday.  One teacher said that this was the first time when school received such a detailed and through report on a student.  Thank you very much for that.

All of her teachers were very receptive and positive in what we are doing and they did see some changes with her. One teacher said that homework was complete and very well written. I was very proud of her.

Since her testing, she has an understanding about why she wasn't getting good grades, her self-esteem seems to go up and she is more confident.

Thank you so much for all your help." 

Read more about Dr. Liss' work with teenagers on our blog.  

 

 

 

 

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TED Talks pick from a psychologist: body language

Friday, Apr 10, 2015 by Child & Family Development

Aleksandra Liss, Psy.D., psychologist at the Midtown office of Child and Family Development, endorses this TED Talk by Amy Cuddy about body language and its impact on how others see us and how we see ourselves. 

The intro describes "social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how “power posing” — standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don’t feel confident — can affect testosterone and cortisol levels in the brain, and might even have an impact on our chances for success." 

Dr. Liss believes that it is important for everyone to understand how their behaviors can shape how they feel. One of her favorite “power poses” is the superman pose, however, if you are not ready for that she suggests that you start by just smiling. Research has shown that the behavior of smiling actually makes someone feel happier.  But don’t take our word for it, watch this video and learn what it means to “fake it until you become it.” 

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Getting Back To Work program: Down Syndrome Association of Greater Charlotte

Wednesday, Apr 1, 2015 by Child & Family Development

We are pleased to partner with the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Charlotte to offer

"Getting Back To Work"

This is a program for teens and adults with Down syndrome. The focus is to build skills necessary for a transition from school or home life to occupational or vocational endeavors.

The class is led by Aleks Liss, Psy.D., psychologist and Barb Hartshorn, MS CCC-SLP, speech therapist, both of whom have experience in teaching social skills and life skills to others. They will teach adult communication skills and provide a structured and engaging way to learn and practice these practical interactions with others.

Topics include:

Relationships: differentiating personal and professional associations • Communication: introductions, handshakes and social awareness

In The Community: identifying opportunities, making inquiries and interview skills (asking questions, answering questions and etiquette) Parents and caregivers will attend the last part of each session and be involved in weekly assignments.

Classes are scheduled for Monday evenings from 6:15-7:45 pm at the Midtown office of Child and Family Development Midtown for 4 weeks: April 13, April 20, April 27 and May 4.

Classes are approximately 90 minutes: 60 minutes of group work and 30 minutes reserved for group Q&A and wrap up with parents/caregivers.

Contact Stephanie Cook at DSAGC:  scook@dsa-gc.org; 704-536-2163

Registration ends on April 7. 

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Learning disabilities: 10 warning signs during school years

Tuesday, Mar 10, 2015 by Child & Family Development

Our psychologists and educators can help children, teens and young adults with learning disabilities through comprehensive assessment and goal-directed support.  

There are some classic warning signs of a learning disability during the school years:

  1. Oral reading is slow or labored
  2. Reads with substitutions, adds words or guesses at words
  3. Poor decoding skills (not able to properly “sound out a word”)
  4. Poor spelling skills (often individuals with dyslexia will spell words correctly on a spelling test ,but are not able to generalize into other day-to-day writing assignments)
  5. Poor fine motor skills
  6. Poor handwriting
  7. Trouble with recall or retrieval of math facts, especially quick retrieval
  8. Writes or reads letters and/or numbers reversed
  9. Doesn't enjoy reading
  10. Doesn't enjoy writing

Learning disabilities, and specifically dyslexia, impact approximately 20% of the population. The NC and SC public school systems have resources in special education to identify individuals with learning disabilities however, procedures and guidelines are such that most children are not identified with learning disorders until 2nd or 3rd grade and in order to be identified their delays must be significantly impacting their educational performance. Therefore, many children with mild delays simply “fall through the cracks” as their mild delays turn into moderate and severe delays without appropriate intervention. Research indicates the children make the greatest gains in learning to read in grades K through 2nd. Research has also shown that if the reading gap is not remediated by the 3rd grade, it is very hard to close. Therefore, it is imperative that professionals in the medical field collaborate with parents and educators to help identify individuals with learning disabilities.

Talk with a pediatrician or teacher if you have concerns.  They may recommend psycho-educational evaluation.  

Learn more about services school-age children with signs of a learning disability at Child and Family Development here.  

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Topics: Aleksandra Liss, Gretchen Hunter, Chris Vrabel, Mary Froneberger, Marie Arrington, Jessica DeLing, Brandyn Street, Devon Redmond

Learning disabilities: 10 warning signs during preschool years

Friday, Feb 20, 2015 by Child & Family Development

Our psychologists and educators can help children, teens and young adults with learning disabilities through comprehensive assessment and goal-directed support.  

There are some classic warning signs of a learning disability during the preschool years: 

  1. Late speech development
  2. Late development with learning alphabets letters and sounds (late is considered by 5 to 5 ½ years)
  3. Inconsistent development and learning of the alphabet and sounds
  4. Poor rhyming skills
  5. Avoiding drawing/coloring, pre-writing tasks
  6. Weak fine motor skills
  7. Late established hand dominance
  8. Difficulty with word retrieval (says ummm and thing)
  9. Advanced vocabulary in comparison to development of reading skills
  10. Late color recognition

Learning disabilities, and specifically dyslexia, impact approximately 20% of the population. The NC and SC public school systems have resources in special education to identify individuals with learning disabilities however, procedures and guidelines are such that most children are not identified with learning disorders until 2nd or 3rd grade and in order to be identified their delays must be significantly impacting their educational performance. Therefore, many children with mild delays simply “fall through the cracks” as their mild delays turn into moderate and severe delays without appropriate intervention. Research indicates the children make the greatest gains in learning to read in grades K through 2nd. Research has also shown that if the reading gap is not remediated by the 3rd grade, it is very hard to close. Therefore, it is imperative that professionals in the medical field collaborate with parents and educators to help identify individuals with learning disabilities.

Talk with a pediatrician or teacher if you have concerns.  They may recommend psycho-educational evaluation.  

Learn more about services preschoolers with signs of a learning disability at Child and Family Development here.  

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Topics: Aleksandra Liss, Gretchen Hunter, Chris Vrabel, Mary Froneberger, Marie Arrington, Jessica DeLing, Brandyn Street, Devon Redmond

Child psychologists can help alleviate the stress of test taking

Monday, Feb 2, 2015 by Child & Family Development

Students often worry about taking tests. Elementary school-aged children stress about the Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools End of Grade (EOG) tests and older kids stress about the PSAT and SAT as they prepare for college.  

Anxious feelings can develop prior to test taking, including lack of sleep, lack of appetite, lack of confidence, easy agitation, and irritability.  Thus, students experiencing test anxiety may not be off to such a great start.  While sleep and food are important, proper preparation prior to testing as well as being able to relax your mind and body during testing so optimal performance can be reached are extremely important. 

If your child experiences stressful and anxious feelings about test taking, consider getting help.  A child psychologist helps students experiencing test anxiety through a series of sessions aimed at reducing worry and fear, raising self-confidence, becoming aware of proper study habits and test taking techniques.

Our team of 6 is ready to help: 

MIDTOWN OFFICE  PINEVILLE OFFICE
Gretchen Hunter, Ph.D. Joy Granetz, Ph.D.
Aleksandra Liss, Psy.D.  Brandyn Street, Ph.D.
Devon Redmond, Ph.D. Chris Vrabel, Psy.D.

 

Read more about anxiety in children here.  

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Topics: Aleksandra Liss, Gretchen Hunter, Chris Vrabel, Brandyn Street, Devon Redmond

Child psychologists teach the ABCs of managing behavior in kids

Friday, Jan 23, 2015 by Child & Family Development

The Antecedent-Behavior-Consequence (ABC) behavior management method is one of many features of Applied Behaviroal Anlaysis (ABA)

In this method, a behavior is a specific action that a person does that can be observed. 

Example:

Behavior--Tommy calls out in class. (concrete and measurable)

Not a behavior--Julie is disruptive.

In order to change a behavior, you first need to understand the chain of events that determine what will happen with a specific behavior in the future.

A=Antecedent:  Situation that comes BEFORE a behavior.  This sets the stage for a behavior to occur.  This can be an immediate setting event (i.e., parent request) or a long-term setting event (i.e., did not sleep enough the night before).

B=Behavior:  The actual behavior that is observed.  It is important to observe the behavior and determine if your child is having a skill or performance deficit.  A skill deficit is when the child does not have the skill in his/her repertoire.  A performance deficit is when the child has the skill but does not choose to use it.  It is also important to identify the correct behavior and what function the behavior is serving your child.

C=Consequences: What happens immediately following the behavior.  This can occur naturally or be planned.  The type of consequence that follows a behavior will determine if the behavior will occur more frequently or less frequently in the future.

With careful observation and documentation of the ABC's, one can start to better understand the behaviors, the chain of events, and the factors that are contributing to the behavior.  

Need help implementing this method?  Call 704-541-9080 to schedule an intake with one of our child psychologistsClick here to read more about our counseling services. 

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Child & Family Development help kids and teens with anxiety, ADHD

Monday, Jan 19, 2015 by Child & Family Development

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