Self-Management and Cognitive Behavior Interventions - 14720

Part of PRO-ED Series on Autism Spectrum Disorders, 2E

Stephen A. Crutchfield and Leah Wood
eISBN-13: 9781416411536

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Self-Management and Cognitive Behavior Interventions is a guide to using Cognitive Behavior Modification (CBM) with students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to increase the students self-management.

CBM approaches include Self-Management Interventions (SMI) and Cognitive Behavioral Interventions (CBI). SMI is synonymous with self-regulation, and it encompasses a variety of cognitive processes such as: controlling emotions, attending to relevant information, planning future behavior, remaining flexible through unplanned setbacks, and behaving in a way that enhances the likelihood of achieving future goals. SMI are managed by the student and are used to address a wide variety of target behaviors. CBI help individuals examine their thoughts and emotions and adopt actions that change their thinking as well as their behavior.

This book examines specific, research-based cognitive behavioral interventions and self-management interventions, and explores designing and implementing interventions for students with ASD.

Sold By PRO-ED Publishing, Inc.
ISBNs 9781416411529, 9781416411536
Publish Year 2018
Language English
Number of Pages 108