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Abuse & Adult Behavior
A behavior disorder can be difficult to handle and deal with, but it can be addressed and treated with several types of behavior therapy.  Human behavior psychology recognizes cognitive behavior therapy as one theory.  Cognitive-behavioral therapy is based on the theory that our thoughts cause our feelings and behaviors, they are not caused by external triggers, such as people, situations or events.  Cognitive therapy seeks to help the patient overcome difficulties by identifying and changing dysfunctional thinking, behavior and emotional responses.  This is only one of several behavior methods that have proven to be successful in treating depression, or other mood disorders that lead to behavior problems that contribute to addictive or abusive disorders.

Although behaviorism theory is taught in every introductory college psychology class, it can be confusing for many students or new employees working with a challenging behavior.  However, because it is used as extensively as it is, it is important to have rudimentary training when working in the behavior science fields, even as an entry level professional. Program Development Associates Abuse and Adult Behavior Store contains videos demonstrating how behavior training is used and to help professionals learn more about behavior therapy.

Elder abuse or mistreatment can take on various forms that often go undetected. 


Three live-action videos help young viewers understand what emotions are, and how they can get a handle on strong feelings.


A collection of photo-illustrated lessons that help adolescents and young adults recognize, and understand, the way people are likely to feel in a variety of life situations.


A look at female bullying and how it's handled.


Investigates the phenomenon of self-injury.


Comprehensive curriculum is designed for adolescents and adults with cognitive and developmental disabilities.


Paul White's five-stage framework for managing escalating behaviors.


Gives teachers the skills to respond to challenging parents in a confident manner that builds relationships.


Depicts scenes of intense verbal bullying, a racially loaded incident, the theft of a wallet in a crowded restauran, a homeless person is attacked and is designed to provoke both introspection and group debate. 


Opens communication about sexuality to parents, professionals and persons with developmental disabilities.

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