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Shape of Behavior Hosts Open House at The Woodlands Clinic on October 29th

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Shape of Behavior will be hosting Open House at The Woodlands clinic on Wednesday October 29th from 4:30-6:30pm.  The address there is 26315 Oak Ridge Dr. 77380.

About

Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Evidence Based Therapy
Mission

The Shape of Behavior’s mission is to provide individualized data-based treatment by shaping small successes to improve the quality of life for all individuals, as well as to conduct research that will help support and advance the field of Applied Behavior Analysis.

Description

The Shape of Behavior is committed to evidence based treatment approaches. Our applications of therapy are based upon the science of Behavior Analysis.

Applied Behavior analysis involves the application of Learning Theory principles to deficits and excesses associated with various disabilities. ABA is an empirically validated method used to treat children with autism and other disabilities. It has been recommended by the US Surgeon General, American Academy of Pediatrics, National Institute for Health. ABA is the most researched and effective approach used to treat with success across all domains.
Individualized

We offer individualized therapy. The Shape focuses on the relationship between child and environment so that positive changes endure even in the face of difficulties. Our methods empower children and their care givers to effectively change their behaviors, which provide the confidence needed to successfully navigate their world.
Whole Family Approach

Parents, Grandparents and siblings are invited to participate in training sessions so they better understand how to cope with the disability, and learn positive strategies to make more meaningful relationships impacting the entire family.
Effective

The Shape has successfully provided treatment services to more than 200 children in Texas. Each center provides a fun learning environment with scientific strategies to promote success in areas of social, communication and behavior replacement through functional language development.