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Challenging Horizons Program (CHP)The Challenging Horizons Program (CHP) is a school-based set of interventions for middle/junior high school students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Building on behavioral and cognitive theories about the nature of the disorder, CHP aims to provide a safe learning environment enhanced by supportive counseling relationships between students and staff.
Children's Summer Treatment Program (STP)The Children's Summer Treatment Program (STP) is a comprehensive intervention for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and related disruptive behaviors. The program focuses on the child's peer relations, the child's academic/classroom functioning, and the parents' parenting skills--three domains that drive outcomes in children with these conditions.
HeartMath: Coherence Training in Children With ADHDHeartMath: Coherence Training in Children With ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) is designed for use with youth ages 8-14 who have a diagnosis of ADHD. The intervention aims to help these youth reduce stress, control impulses, and improve academic focus (e.g., word recognition, memory, attention, problem solving) by gaining and maintaining self-control over their emotional responses to stressful events.
Incredible YearsIncredible Years is a set of three interlocking, comprehensive, and developmentally based training programs for children and their parents and teachers. These programs are guided by developmental theory on the role of multiple interacting risk and protective factors in the development of conduct problems.
TCU (Texas Christian University) Mapping-Enhanced CounselingTCU (Texas Christian University) Mapping-Enhanced Counseling is a communication and decision-making technique designed to support delivery of treatment services by improving client and counselor interactions through graphic visualization tools that focus on critical issues and recovery strategies.
Triple P--Positive Parenting ProgramThe Triple P--Positive Parenting Program is a multilevel system or suite of parenting and family support strategies for families with children from birth to age 12, with extensions to families with teenagers ages 13 to 16.