Behavior Management Educational
Technology System

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technology system


Welcome to the Street Therapy Interactive Behavior Management Educational Technology System website for K-12 students and Teachers

S.T.I. is offered to Teachers and educators who work with children in an educational setting.
S.T.I. will provide Teachers with the tools for facilitation of co-constructing cooperation with at-risk and special education students struggling in an educational setting. It will give students social skills and teach them how to analyze a situation instead of making an impulse decision. S.T.I. will teach students to recognize their triggers and analyze the situation to have a better outcome.
It will help guide them on how to work through their anger and make better decisions. STI will help open an at-risk students mind to other options instead of just acting out. S.T.I. will help build their self-esteem and trust in teachers, while most importantly learning to manage their behavior and make better decisions.


“As educators we let students get away with inappropriate behaviors and at times we bail them out or reward them. And even though we have good intentions as educators, the reality is we’re setting them up for failure in the real world.”

Frederick Reeves, M.A. Educator

What professional educators and scholars
are saying about STI-BMETS

Kathleen S. Tillman, State University of New York at New Paltz

“The text provides a practical, “how to” approach, that is both engaging and comprehensive. Students will clearly benefit from the interactive nature of the text.” “The book focuses on meeting the needs of youth, a typically underserved population, The text is easy to read, understand, and apply to real-life counseling situations, The “hands on”/practical approach will greatly increase student interest and learning.”

Lynn Olson Page, Ph.D., ABPP, Regent University

“The approach/perspective plays an important role in addressing the needs of at- risk children; there is not enough out there to assist educators with these types of children. It is nicely organized with real-life examples.” “Need for interventions for at-risk youth, Expanding the options for treatment of at- risk youth, Covers risk groups not typically addressed”

Shannon Geno, Battle Creek Middle School, St. Paul Public Schools

“I feel that my students would enjoy being listened to and feel understood. By inquiring student’s feelings and allowing teachers to connect with the student as a teacher of family customs or community norms really helps in gaining teacher trust and student understanding.” “Easy to understand guide, Proven workable interventions, Best way to build positive relationships day one of school”

Rebecca Hanig, Saint Paul Public Schools

“I have observed students reacting very favorably to Street Therapy Interactive in the middle school setting. I would think that Street Therapy Interactive could be utilized in interacting with students from kindergarten through high school. Educators working with any youth and families could greatly benefit in reevaluating their approach and interactions with troubled youth. Co-constructing cooperation with troubled youth and their families would build a positive relationship from the first interaction, rather than the usual co-opting stature of “knowing all” as is so common in educators. Being able to relate on a more cognizant level versus “one- up” would truly benefit what educators really intend with their students.” “Easy to read, yet research driven, Success already established in working with youth Passion for STI demonstrated throughout book”

Lorlee Sanchez M.S., L.S.C, Washington Technology Magnet

“Street Therapy Interactive” is used as a teacher/counselor’s guide in our Life Skills class. I have first-handedly seen Reeves deal calmly and effectively with the most troubled youth. I was first attracted to the book because I was interested is gaining his “secret to success” with the youth I am seeing and building this year. Strengths: all the above mentioned and it’s easy read, training manual is a quick pull out guide the kind teachers actually use, and the book/guide does not ask anyone to change who they are but makes educators reevaluate their interactions with trouble youth. It reminds all to be patient and to think before acting. The book also is good at explaining how troubled youth see and understand their environment and how we as educators need to be able to see things also in troubled youth’s eyes. This understanding will go a long way in making connections with “Great ideas on connecting with kids, Easy to read and implement, Proven concepts that work”

Carol Falender, Ph.D., Pepperdine University

“The goals and approach explained on the prospectus are admirable and very applicable to the target audience. It sounds as if it would be an excellent supplemental resource for my courses. The greater the specificity and the more case examples, the better. The organization seems logical.” “Hands on model, Innovative approach to a most difficult population, Creative and organized”