A whole range of treatment options are available. This includes psychotherapy, behavorial therapy, social learning, cognitive therapy. academic intervention, parent training, and recreational programming. Social learning, parent training, and recreational programming are especially important because they get the individual out and moving while also learning to play with others. Parent training is important because it helps the parent learn strategies to implement at home so they can restore some sort of balance and routine at home. Other behavioral treatments include role playing, reward systems, and video modeling. These treatments can help the child express how they are feeling in a controlled setting and reward them for good behavior, positively reinforcing good actions.