For more information call Bradley Hospital's outpatient department at 401-432-1119 or send us an email.
Frequently asked questions about group therapy
Does your child seem extremely difficult or challenging to parent?
Does your child have a low frustration tolerance?
Does your child almost always say "No!" or ignore you?
Does your child seem detached or to lack empathy for others?
Bradley Hospital is offering a weekly group for parents of children who have low frustration tolerance, difficulty regulating their emotions, and become easily upset when things do not go their way or when they are asked to follow directions.
The Incredible Years is a program designed to promote positive parenting strategies and to assist parents in managing behavior problems. The program can help families whose children have oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), attention/impulsivity problems (ADHD), aggressive behaviors, mood/anxiety disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and difficulty adjusting to adoption.
Parents who join will learn how to:
Registration is open year round. Groups are filled based on age, clinical presentation, and best fit with other group members.
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