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Behavioral Therapy (BT)

Sometimes individuals notice changes in behavior after a traumatic accident, serious illness or brain injury. Emotional and behavioral concerns often become more apparent after the initial critical stages of recovery. Working in tandem with your therapy team, your behavioral therapist can help you minimize negative responses to challenges and step forward on your journey. Behavior therapy can help improve:

  • Anxiety
  • Anger
  • Fears
  • Negative self-image
  • Irritability
  • Emotional ups and downs
  • Difficulty connecting emotionally to friends and loves ones
  • Strained family relationships

Our therapists can provide:

  • Structure and consistency for helping to accomplish daily activities
  • A routine of activities and responsibilities
  • Improved communication skills, coping strategies and stress reduction
  • Strategies to improve social skills
  • A combination of therapeutic activities in a home setting
  • Collaboration with the individual, their family and support network
  • Assistance with compensatory strategies so individuals can return to their highest level of functioning
  • Opportunities to rehearse various coping mechanisms that are personally meaningful