Take Off Your Darn Shoes! Etiquette for Behavior Therapists in Homes

The idea of taking that first step into a stranger’s home may leave you with a bit of a pit in your stomach, especially as a new Behavior Therapist. Not only is there self-imposed pressure to execute programs accurately and to create a positive relationship with your new client, but doing so in the presence of that client’s parents can generate more undue pressure. How can you create a situation to create a bit of trust between yourself and the family? The answer is easier than you think: etiquette! You don’t need to be a Peter or Emily Post in order to execute some effective etiquette, either. Check out these 3 tips for Behavior Therapists in creating a great work environment through etiquette.

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