If you follow the latest neuroscience research, you know that kids with challenging behavior lack the skill, not the will, to behave well. No wonder behavior contracts, token economy systems, and other motivational strategies don’t work and often make things worse.
Are you looking for a different approach to help those hard to reach kids with challenging behavior? Look no further. Collaborative Problem Solving® (CPS) is a completely different way of understanding and helping.
Learn how to identify the neurocognitive skills kids lack and a compassionate and relational approach to building skills where adults partner with kids to develop solutions. CPS is evidence-based, neuro-biologically and trauma-informed, and child and family-centered. Developed at Massachusetts General Hospital in the #1-ranked Department of Psychiatry in the United States, CPS reduces challenging behavior and punitive interventions while building skills and the therapeutic alliance. Ready to make the shift?
Do you want to reduce restraints, seclusions, and critical incidents in your therapeutic program? Does your staff understand trauma-informed principles but need help with what to do in the moment?
Collaborative Problem Solving® (CPS) provides an evidence-based yet practical solution that empowers both child and family voices. It can be taught to staff as well as to the families you serve using a structured curriculum. Demonstrated to be effective in outpatient, in-home, and milieu-based environments, CPS is the unifying solution you’ve been searching for.Learn More