Tag Archives: Cognitive Training Programs

Through Your Child’s Eyes

We know that one of the most powerful components of Collaborative Problem Solving is the understanding that comes with viewing children through the lens of “kids do well if they can.” We work very hard to help adults see the child’s perspective – broadly when we discuss lagging thinking skills and specifically during the first

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Train your Brain

Cognitive training programs are all the rage lately with claims that they improve all kinds of executive functions. Given the link between executive functioning skills deficits and challenging behavior, you can imagine that we here at Think:Kids have been quite interested in this topic. We favor skills training approaches that are relational, naturalistic and experiential

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