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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is designed to manipulate the environment to bring about behavior change. The techniques used are tested through behavior analytic research and then applied for the individual in mind. ABA has been used in many different environments. We work towards increasing reinforcement for the client.

A Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) is designed to find a hypothesis of the function of behavior. Once this is done, a behavior intervention plan can be created to help change the environment and bring about more acceptable behaviors.

Social Skills groups are designed to increase social engagements with children and adolescents within the same age bracket with similar skills and deficits.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is used to increase psychological flexibility in the areas of accepting what cannot be changed, staying in the present moment, committing to one's own actions based on their values, pinpointing the values for the individual, finding one's self within the given context of the environment, and de-fusing negative thoughts and outbursts.

We want to work with parents and caregivers to give them the tools to use when challenging behaviors occur. During the session, we go over the treatment plan, gains and setbacks, and education of applied behavior analysis techniques that have been researched to improve communication and understanding with the client

Based on the science of learning, the Learning Center is designed especially for you to gain the skills needed to continually grow in school. A Learning Coach works with you individually to pinpoint the areas that need the most work and help you increase fluency in the areas that are needed for academic success. Whether it is getting ready for the next grade, preparation for exams, or working on fluency in math, reading, writing, or other academic areas, we can design a plan that will work for you!

Not everyone has the same needs. In fact, it’s hard to find two people who benefit from the exact same approach. Assessing the individual and asking parents and caregivers about behaviors and challenges that are seen is the first step in finding the right path to take.

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