At The Braintree, we provide specialized clinical psychology services that cater to the unique needs of children with autism.
Our clinical psychology services for kids with autism are based on evidence-based techniques that have been proven to be effective in improving social, emotional, and cognitive skills. Our team of experienced clinical psychologists is dedicated to helping children with autism learn new skills, develop coping strategies, and lead fulfilling lives.
Our approach is based on collaboration, problem-solving, and the implementation of evidence-based strategies that address behaviours, regulate the body, and change thinking patterns. Research has shown that early intervention is critical for children with autism, and our clinical psychology services are tailored to meet the unique needs of each child.
At The Braintree, we offer a wide range of psychology services that cater to the unique needs of young individuals. Whether it's one-on-one therapy, group therapy programs, psychological assessments, or parent support, we have got you covered.
We understand that each child is different and has specific requirements, and that's why we tailor our services to meet the diverse needs of each child. We believe in a collaborative approach, where we work together with families to provide the necessary tools to enhance the wellbeing of the child.
Behavioral Interventions: We offer evidence-based behavioral interventions that are tailored to meet the specific needs of each child. Our behavioral interventions can help children develop social skills, communication skills, and reduce challenging behaviors.
Parent Training: We provide parent training to help parents develop effective strategies for managing their child's behavior and promoting their child's social and emotional development. Our parent training programs are designed to empower parents and improve their confidence in parenting a child with autism.
Play-Based Therapy:Play based therapy is an evidence based approach that uses play activities to improve social, emotional, and cognitive skills in children with autism. Our clinical psychologists use this approach to engage children in fun and interactive activities that can help them develop critical skills.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT):We offer CBT to help children with autism manage anxiety, depression, and other emotional and behavioral difficulties. CBT can help children learn to identify and challenge negative thoughts and develop coping strategies to manage stress and anxiety.