Therapeutic Day Treatment (TDT) is a school based service for students who exhibit emotional, mental and behavioral difficulties that impede their ability to function appropriately in school.
Reduce disciplinary actions
Improve academic performance
Cognitive Behavioral Approach
Daily Behavioral Modification in the Classroom
Individual, Group and Family Counseling
Collaboration with School Personnel
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
Building Resiliency: Skills to help the student adapt well in the face of adversity.
Frequent Communication: With teachers, guidance counselors, school social workers, principals, parents, multi-disciplinary teams and school administration to promote the success of each student.
Social Skills Groups: Focusing on the individual needs of the school and students to increase pro-social behaviors and positive youth development.Group topics include, anger management, effective communications, healthy relationships, anti-bullying and self esteem.