Traditional cognitive behavior therapeutic studies help to identify issues that cause psychological stress and challenging behaviors. Cognitive behavior therapy also teaches the person how to solve problems through goal-oriented activities or systematic procedures. Functional assessment collects functional assessment information and identifies the hypothesis or hypotheses maintaining problem behavior. The information will confirm that the hypothesis or hypotheses are correct then a summary will be developed based on the functional assessment findings. There are a number of different tools used to assess social skills, physiological setting events, quality of life, and other important areas of an individual’s life that can be used in a functional assessment. In the mental health field, research, and statistical significance cannot be explained by chance alone. Therefore, statistical significance and assessment is important in examining cognitive therapies.Therapy through interaction teaches individuals how to communicate, improve decision-making skills and improve attention span. It also facilitates communication and socialization among staff and individuals. Communicative development varies with individuals because of functioning ability. Communication tools increase the ability to initiate, anticipate, engage, and interact. At times, a person can have difficulty using objects based on joint attention, difficulty in interpretation, and motivation.Therapy through education is an intervention that investigates, defines, and addresses an individual’s pattern of learning strengths and deficiencies. Therapy goals include restoring self-esteem; improving the learning process, developing learning strategies, and helping the person feel comfortable in his or her learning environment. Processing is the way we think and learn. We have strengths and weaknesses concerning learning. We learn by taking in information through our five senses. Some people learn better by watching, and some people learn better by listening which refers to visual and auditory processing. Attention and memory are also a part of processing. As attention deficits are more accurately and more frequently diagnosed, their effects on learning are also more specifically identified. Attention deficits make a student less available for learning. This means that the person may not be paying attention and missing a good portion of any lesson in the classroom. The purpose of education therapy will be to train individuals on how to improve their money management skills, independent living skills, and cognitive awareness.When an individual can learn or improve on a new skill, he or she will feel a sense of accomplishment. Assessing these skills will assist the individual in improving in problem or weaker areas. Furthermore, the accomplishment will improve self-esteem, which may stabilize moods and alleviate challenging behaviors. The development educational through interaction is very important to everyone’s lives. Learning new ways to develop skills will give individuals better opportunities to become independent and integrate into society.