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    Emotional Behavioral Disability

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    Discuss the models of the cognitive behavioral intervention approach to children with EBD and how the components interrelate with their emotions, thoughts and behaviors.

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    Students with EBD maintain a complex and difficult thought process about themselves that inhibits their interactions with others. These emotions, thoughts and behaviors represent components of student's personalities developed and nurtured in some form from inception throughout their lives. There exist several cognitive behavioral intervention (CBI) approaches toward addressing EBD in children including self-instruction (or management) and verbal mediation, which attempts to control the negative behavior. ...

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    The expert discusses interventions to EBD.

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