Infant or Child Behavior is..
an indicator of his/her overall functioning - the “tip of the iceberg”
Our office believes that the underlying foundation – the “iceberg” - is the focus of understanding and treatment for behavioral concerns.
Viewing a child’s behavior in this way, avoids the behavioral "label" becoming the sole focus of treatment rather than the underlying causes.
Behavioral Therapy helps people to better understand the child and develop new ways of relating to each other.
The biomedical care perspective emphasizes the profound inter-relationship of genetic vulnerabilities, environmental stressors/toxins and the body’s metabolic and nutritional functioning as they influence behavior and whole-person functioning.Our office provides consistent support for the biomedical care perspective in understanding your child throughout evaluation and management.