Office Address

400 W Franklin Street, 101 Baltimore Maryland, 21201

Phone Number

(443) 869-3398

Email Address

[email protected]

What Is PRP?

PRP services assist individuals with persistent and serious mental illness to develop the emotional, social, and intellectual skills they need to live as independently as possible. Direct care workers (DCW) work with clients to encourage the skills they need to live, learn and work in social environments with minimal professional support. Clients are provided with individual, family and group support to encourage change in behavioral challenges.



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Behavior Role Challenges

Social Skills

Why is this important?

Poor social skills refer to difficulties in effectively interacting and communicating with others in various social situations. Individuals with poor social skills may struggle to initiate and maintain conversations, interpret nonverbal cues, understand social norms, express themselves clearly, and build meaningful relationships. This can lead to feelings of isolation, anxiety, and misunderstandings in both personal and professional settings. Developing social skills often involves improving active listening, empathy, assertiveness, and understanding social cues to enhance overall social competence and successful interactions. And Feel happier

Impuslive Behaviors

Why is this important?

Impulsive behavior is characterized by actions or decisions made without careful thought or consideration of the potential consequences. It often involves acting on immediate desires, emotions, or urges without taking into account the long-term impact. Impulsive behavior can manifest in various ways, such as making hasty decisions, engaging in risky activities, spending money impulsively, or speaking without thinking. It can stem from factors like emotional distress, impulsivity as a personality trait, neurological conditions, or a lack of impulse control. Managing impulsive behavior often involves developing self- awareness, practicing mindfulness, utilizing coping strategies, and seeking professional help if the impulsivity significantly interferes with daily functioning or well-being.

Poor Concentration

Why is this important?

Poor concentration, also known as difficulty focusing or attention difficulties, refers to an inability to sustain attention on a task or activity for an extended period. Individuals with poor concentration may find it challenging to stay engaged, easily get distracted, and struggle to complete tasks or absorb information. This can have negative effects on productivity, academic performance, and daily functioning. Poor concentration can be caused by various factors, including stress, anxiety, sleep deprivation, attention disorders (like ADHD), medical conditions, or lifestyle factors. Managing poor concentration often involves creating a conducive environment, practicing time management techniques, minimizing distractions, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and, in some cases, seeking professional assistance or interventions.

Some More Behavioral Challenges...

Sadly They Are More

Behavioral challenges refer to a range of difficulties exhibited by individuals in their actions, reactions, and interactions that may deviate from socially accepted norms or hinder their functioning and well-being. These challenges can manifest in various ways, such as aggression, defiance, impulsivity, withdrawal, hyperactivity, and difficulty following rules. They can be influenced by factors like cognitive or developmental disorders, emotional distress, environmental factors, communication difficulties, or inadequate coping skills. Addressing behavior challenges often involves identifying underlying causes, implementing consistent and appropriate consequences, using positive reinforcement, teaching adaptive coping strategies, providing therapy or counseling, and collaborating with professionals, such as psychologists, educators, or therapists, to create tailored interventions for improved behavior and overall quality of life.


Get In Touch In The Meantime.

Feel free to call us at (443) 869-3398
Or you can send us an email at [email protected]

  • Monday

    9:00am - 5:30pm
  • Tuesday

    9:00am - 5:30pm
  • Wednesday

    9:00am - 5:30pm
  • Thursday

    9:00am - 5:30pm
  • Friday

    9:00am - 5:30pm

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major effect on our lives. Many of us are facing challenges that can be stressful, overwhelming, and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Here at TSP, we also provide COVID-19 response resources through a contactless virtual learning platform that aims to foster Mental Health through individual competencies and psychological abilities.