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  • Integrated Behavioral Health
    IBH specializes in behavioral health plan administration, employee assistance programs, psychiatric disability management and work-life services.

  • Behavior OnLine
    Behavior OnLine, the gathering place for Mental Health and Applied Behavioral Science Professionals.

  • Early Intervention and Early Childhood Services
    Most families with children having or at risk of having a developmental delay or disability would benefit from assistance provided by early intervention services (birth through age 2) or early childhood services (ages 3 through 8). However, these services are not always available to all families and children, and are sometimes provided in a manner which is not developmentally appropriate. Additionally, the social-emotional needs and psychological well-being of the child and family are not always considered.

  • Play Therapy
    In the process of growing up, children's problems are often compounded by the inability of adults in their lives to understand or to respond effectively to what children are feeling and attempting to communicate. This "communication gap" is widened as a result of adults' insistence that children adopt that means of expression commonly used by adults.

  • TherapistLocator.net
    Over 15,000 marriage and family therapists are listed in TherapistLocator.net. The therapists you will find here are a highly educated group with everyone in possession of at least a Master's degree. Over one-fourth hold a doctorate or M.D. They also are a very experienced group, averaging 14 to 16 years of experience in practice.

  • WHAT IS PLAY THERAPY?
    A trained play therapist understands the metaphorical content of a child's play, and strives to help the child express their needs and discover solutions in a safe, therapeutic environment.


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