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advantages and disadvantages of utilizing a cognitive behavioral intervention

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How would you prove the advantages and disadvantages of utilizing a cognitive behavioral intervention in comparison with another approach for students with EBD?

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Students with an emotional behavior disorder are usually unable to manage stress, place high expectations on others that they do not place on themselves, are prone to fits of anxiety, depression, anger, can maximize simple problems and minimize big problems. EBD students almost always need behavior intervention plans that teach them social skills as well as strategies that teach them positive behavior techniques. Rational emotional behavior therapy, stress/anger management, group ...

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The advantages and disadvantages of utilizing a cognitive behavioral intervention with an EBD student are highlighted and cited.

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