The MASTER Intervention Program is a comprehensive
program for school-aged children who have identified social and emotional needs.
It is informed by evidence-based psychological and communication strategies and provides a comprehensive intervention framework supporting learning of core social and emotional competencies.
This program is appropriate for children aged 5 to 11 years who experience delays in social and emotional development, including children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The authors of the program view social and emotional functioning as multidimensional in nature. Although many interventions focus on specific aspects of social and emotional functioning, such as social skills training or recognition and regulation of emotion, this single element or piecemeal approach fails to capture the complex nature of social and emotional development.
A singular intervention focus does not consider the pervading interactions among the different dimensions of social and emotional functioning for children with complex needs. The M.A.ST.E.R™ Intervention Program reflects the emphasis that functionality in one area of social and emotional functioning depends, in large part, on the changes that are taking place in other social and emotional domains. The recursive integration and interdependence amongst the different social and emotional dimensions is a central theme in this program.
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