Emotional, Behavioral, & Relational Challenges

Emotional, Behavioral, & Relational Challenges and the IWBMC™

The Interpersonal Whole-Brain Model of Care® (IWBMC™) uniquely addresses the core issues specific to emotional-behavioral-relational challenges. Clients may experience difficulties with:

  • Self-advocacy and esteem
  • Sensory needs
  • Interpersonal relationship building
  • Emotional and behavioral regulation
  • Academics and retention of concepts
  • Attention and focus
  • Mood disorders

How the IWBMC™ Supports
Emotional, Behavioral, & Relational Challenges

Related Disorders

The IWBMC™ helps individuals experiencing difficulties with self-regulation, academic performance, and navigating interpersonal relationships. Often, emotional-behavioral-relational challenges present in various ways, leading to comorbid diagnoses and complexities. Many clients with emotional-behavioral-relational disorders may also experience:

Program Environments at Jacob’s Ladder that Support Emotional, Behavioral, & Relational Challenges

Serving Pre-K - 12th

Serving Pre-K - 12th

Serving ages 16 and older

Our Person-Centered, Whole-Brain Approach

Evaluation & Assessment.

The IWBMC™ Evaluation considers seven domains and uses 1,300+ assessment metrics to analyze neurodevelopmental progression indicators – often the root of systemic challenges – combined with standardized academic assessments, clinical observation, family reporting, qEEG Analysis, and Nutritional and Physiological Consultation.

Individualized Plans.

The Interpersonal Whole-Brain Model of Care® (IWBMC™) acknowledges the complex interplay between brain health, efficiency, and organization – combined with clients’ physiological health and well-being, learning style, and emotional-behavioral-relational experiences – to develop an optimal, therapeutic path forward for each client.

Progress Tracking.

With AHAVA’s database of 4,000+ therapeutic activities, each individualized program is tailored to the client’s needs. Daily data tracking captures clients’ progress, allowing ongoing modification of programs to uphold the appropriate levels of intensity, frequency, and challenge point progression to create lasting, positive changes in the brain.

Learn About Our Approach With Emotional, Behavioral, & Relational Challenges

While developing his plan, I remember saying, ‘The most important thing we can’t do is we can’t give up.’ Amy looked at me and said, ‘We won’t give up. We will work at this as a team; you will trust us, and we will move forward.’

— Rachel P., Hope School Parent

Scientifically-Sound Approaches Delivered in Safe, Loving Environments.

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