AN EMPOWERED STUDENT IS OUR SUCCESS
Welcome to the Center for Learning and Behavior Solutions (C4L)
C4L utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to bridge the disciplines of psychology and education to better understand each student. The C4L team comprises licensed psychologists, speech and language pathologists, and educators in an effort to gain insight into factors that may attribute to learning difficulties.
WHAT WE OFFER
Therapies and Services
Child and Adolescent Assessments
The C4L approach is recognized for its comprehensive battery of diagnostic assessment processes and prides itself in making an accurate diagnosis and thorough recommendations for intervention.
Therapy and Counseling
C4L provides Educational Therapy, Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Speech and Language Therapy for children, adolescents, and families as well as adults.
Speech and Language Therapy
C4L Speech/Language Pathologists provide one-on-one speech and language evaluations and treatment at our school sites as well as at our Irvine office.
Attention and Behavior Management Program/Parent Training
C4L’s Attention and Behavior Management Program is an evidence-based intervention designed for parents and students with attention and behavioral concerns.
The C4L Concussion Clinic provides specialty concussion management for student athletes and non-athletes with pediatric concussion. The clinic offers consultation and evaluations specific to the cognitive and psychological factors that may result following a concussion.
Social Skills Training
C4L’s social skills group program aims to help children and young adults develop their social skills, flexible thinking, social learning, and pragmatic language.
Years of Experience
Private School Partnerships
Meet Our Professionals
The C4L staff and Educational Therapists are specially trained in educational research-based programs. Their training is ongoing as they strive to help students with learning differences.
“Homework is a BATTLE! Something that should take him 15 minutes takes over an hour (or more) and it often ends in tears.”
“She displays signs of anxiety, especially when comparing herself to her peers or when time constraints are placed on assignments.”
“He has a very difficult time focusing and requires extra time to finish his work.”
“She is frustrated from working so hard in school but only getting average grades. She rarely smiles when it comes to academics.”
“He is struggling in school. He doesn’t seem to retain information and has difficulty following a series of directions. He needs a lot of time for math tests.”
“She lacks self-confidence. She is always putting herself down. She is upset when others do things that she feels are unethical. She tends to allow certain friends to control her. She is stubborn and not open to trying new methods to overcome certain struggles like math.”
“He doesn’t have a great regimen for managing his time or papers, and is reluctant to adopt one as he thinks he has this handled (he doesn’t, could use improvement).”
“She struggles with making friends of her peer age, at least at her school. She seems to easily make friends outside of school. She often thinks her teachers don’t like her. She is afraid of being embarrassed. She thinks about things she did wrong socially constantly and it causes her a great deal of stress. She gets easily irritated when talking about social interactions at school.”
“It is difficult to get her to do things she doesn’t want to do. She gets frustrated and emotional when forced. She has a hard time focusing on something she is not interested in. She can be very focused if she is interested. She can be impulsive.”
“He is short tempered, impatient, unable to deal with being told no, unable to accept blame, and has extreme worry about fairness in terms of how his siblings are treated.”
INSIGHTS AND NEWS
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