1. Behavioral Therapy

    Studies show that in the case of childhood therapy, a therapist should focus on relationships rather than the actual child. This means that children are happier when they see the happiness in their caregivers and loved ones. When they see that the people in their lives are happy and healthy it affects the children in a positive way. Consequently, when the people in their lives are living unhappy, unhealthy and stressed out lives, it affects the children in a negative way. Behavioral therapy focuses on both the child and the environment in which the child grows up. Behavioral therapy helps the …Read More