Cognitive-Behavioral Group Play Interventions
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In this video, Dr. Linda A. Reddy demonstrates evidence-based approaches to implementing cognitive–behavioral group play interventions with children who are 4–10 years old. Often times, children with neurocognitive and behavioral issues such as ADHD, have trouble interacting with other children and adults.
The cognitive–behavioral approach shown here uses group play interventions to help children develop prosocial skills such as sharing, asking for and offering help. Dr. Reddy's group-play interventions include a multimodal approach that integrates cognitive–behavioral interventions and skill-intensive opportunities for learning through teaching modalities, as well as structured group therapy interventions.
In this video, Dr. Reddy demonstrates cognitive–behavioral group play interventions with four elementary-aged school children through several exercises in developmentally appropriate games.