Treatment Phase 2

Treatment Phase 2

Phase 2 (2 months ~): Proceed with clinical and psycho-educational treatment according to the planned curriculum

After Phase 1, where initial treatment strategies are developed based on the IPEP and applied in treatment sessions until they become stabilized, clinicians continue with treatment according to the individualized treatment plan. Every clinical behavioral response which the child displays during sessions is recorded and shared with the entire clinical team.

If clinicians find newly observed problematic behaviors, cognitive/academic difficulties, or emotional behavioral problems from the child, then they analyze the cause of these problems and make changes to treatment priorities as needed.

Clinical and psycho-educational treatment in accordance with the planned curriculum

Step 1: Stability

- The IPEP-based strategies are stabilized as treatment sessions progress.

Clinical &
Psychoeducational Sessions

Planned Curriculum
- Continue proceeding with clinical treatment according to the individualized curriculum.

- Child’s behavioral responses are scientifically recorded and shared with the entire treatment team.

- Monitor newly observed problem behaviors, cognitive/learning difficulties, and emotional behavioral problems and identify the cause of these problems.

- Add new goals or make changes to treatment priorities as needed.