Dr. Davenport has found that “disruptive behavior” in the classroom and at home is often related to trouble stopping and thinking. His STOP-THINK-GO approach is designed to help students recognize the cause/effect of their behavior and then make plans to address their impulsivity as outlined in the February 2013 edition of Attention magazine published by the leading authority on ADHD, Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD).
For 5 to 10 year olds, “STOP-THINK-GO” is a research-based cognitive-behavioral approach designed to help improve impulse control in multiple situations including at home, in the classroom, on the playground, and at parties that is offered for either individual children and their families or in a group during the summer.
Tweens and Teens
For tweens and teens, impulse control problems are addressed using the structured cognitive-behavioral strategies based on a research-proven model of self-control in Student Success!
Dr. Davenport’s research-based cognitive-behavioral approach is shown to improve students’ abilities to stop and think before acting impulsively in social situations, during transitions, when worried, frustrated, or angry, when solving problems or making decisions, and when dealing with common distracters throughout their day.
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