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Accept.  Identify.  Move.

Evidence-Based Social & Emotional Learning

Behavior Analytic Curriculums Powered By Acceptance and Commitment Interventions to Improve Social and Emotional Learning


How AIM Works

Easily adaptable to many contexts.

AIM has been used in hundreds of classrooms, clinics, and homes all around the world.  What makes the program so successful is that it blends three extensively evidence-based practices together to create an easy to use and easy to adapt social and emotional treatment program for children of all ages.

Teacher and Pupil


Inner Awareness

Practiced for over two thousand years by various Eastern cultures, mindfulness has been studied by Western scientists for the last several decades, revealing benefits for many psychological and physical conditions including anxiety, chronic pain, depression, immune system functioning, self regulation, and more.  Research with children has shown greater attention and focus, empathy and compassion, self-control, and increased attendance and grades.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Moving Towards Valued Living

A form of clinical behavior analysis rooted in Relational Frame Theory, ACT seeks to help individuals learn to accept physical and psychological experiences in order to participate more fully in the meaningful parts of life.  Hundreds of peer-reviewed articles have explored the benefits of ACT for individuals with various psychological and physical disorders.  ACT has been applied in a large number of formats from therapy and preventative interventions to self-help books and online programs.

Applied Behavior Analysis

Science of Human Behavior

ABA is the use of a science of human behavior to create socially-significant behavior changes.  ABA emphasizes the relationship between the environment and individuals' behavior, and assesses the function of behavior in order to develop effective interventions.  Decades of research support the use of functional behavior assessment and behavior analytic intervention for many populations, including children with and without disabilities in therapeutic and school settings.

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