Mutsy- Child behavioral therapy can also explore anger issues that are often destructive in school and in relationships as a whole.
A therapist might use journaling as a technique to bring out painful feelings that the child can not verbally express. This also allows the child to heal little by little and gives the therapist insight as to the source of the problem.
Another technique expressed in cognitive behavioral therapy involves homework. Often the patients will be told that they have to read a specific book, perform note taking during a session or even reviewing a taped session at home.
This technique allows the patient to discover on their own what their obstacles to success might be. A little self discovery is crucial in any successful therapeutic program.