This theory explains that behaviour is learned and thus determined generally by life experiences. Consequently, treatments and explanations depend on ideologies of learning, or courses by which behaviors adjust in reaction to the surroundings. A key model in behaviorism is training in form of conditioning, which is basically a culture involving rewards and motivations. Sometimes conditioning may result to abnormal or normal behavior. In models, persons learn reactions basically by iterating other persons` behaviours or observing them. Therapy involving behaviour will first identify actions that cause an individual’s complications and then try to substitute them with ideologies of classical conditioning, modeling and operant conditioning (Chan & Thomas, 2015).