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The Greenspan Method is another name for the DIR Method, an intervention which focuses on helping children to master the building blocks of relating, communicating and thinking, rather than on the symptoms of autism alone.
|Gross Motor Skill||
A gross motor skill is a skill relating to movement of the body as a whole or the limbs. For example, the skill required to stand upright.
|Group Analytic Therapy||
Group analytic therapy is another term for group therapy, which is the collaborative exploration of relationships as they develop among the members of a group, including the therapist.
Group dynamics is the process in which the members of a group may behave diffferently when they are in the group to when they are not.
|Group Intensive Family Training||
Group Intensive Family Training is a parent-training programme for pre-school children with autism based on the principles of applied behaviour analysis.
Group psychotherapy is the collaborative exploration of relationships as they develop among the members of a group, including the therapist.
Group therapy is the collaborative exploration of relationships as they develop among the members of a group, including the therapist.
Guanfacine is a type of drug called an alpha-2 adrenergic agonist used to treat high blood pressure.
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