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As the name suggests, individual therapy sessions are one-on-one sessions between the therapist and child to work on treatment goals. Therapy activities may target goals directly or indirectly, may be skills-based, incorporate elements of insight or self-awareness, as well as others. Therapy with younger children typically involves more activity-based interaction, such as playing a board game, targeted therapeutic games, and/or unstructured play, with some discussion and conversation; while therapy with a teenager/adolescent is likely to be more conversationally-based, with some sessions incorporating activity-based learning. Providers select therapy modalities proven to have the greatest impact to improve client function.
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