Applied Behavior Therapy (ABA)

Applied Behavior Analysis is also known as ABA. This term describes therapy based on science of learning and behavior. This process has been widely used to treat conditions with great success. A key aspect of ABA that differentiates it from other interventions is that ABA is an evidence based best practice treatment and the ultimate goal of ABA is to establish and enhance socially important behaviors for each individual. Read More

Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA) 

Our clinicians determine the function of a child’s maladaptive behavior and teach new appropriate behaviors that serve the same needs for a child, but in a socially and developmentally appropriate manner.  Read More

Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIP)

Once our clinicians determine the function of a child’s maladaptive behavior, they teach new appropriate behaviors that serve the same needs for your child, but in a socially and developmentally appropriate manner. It’s important to be ready to ask questions and understand the recommendations so that we create a plan that will help your child behave appropriately in all facets of their life. Read More

Mental Health Services

As a child develops new skills and interacts with different settings, mental health concerns can impact their family and academic lives. Children and adolescents need proper child counseling from licensed professionals working with all aspects of the child’s life.  Learn More

Psychological Evaluations

A psychological evaluation consists of a series of tests and assessments that seeks to determine a persons’ psychological functioning. The goal of the evaluation is to ensure that an accurate picture of your psychological processes is created, that a complete diagnosis is provided when appropriate, and that the treatment plan is influenced by objective data. Read More

Neuropsychological Evaluations

What is a neuropsychological evaluation? A neuropsychological evaluation (NPE) is an assessment of your cognitive and behavioral functions through standardized tests and procedures. Neuropsychologists can gather information about your cognitive, behavioral, linguistic, motor, and executive functioning through a neuropsychological evaluation. Read More

Individual, Group, & Family Therapy

The importance of individual therapy. Some individuals want to participate in one-on-one therapy sessions to resolve private concerns that they do not want to discuss with friends or relatives and seek professional advice. Clients can count on Behavioral & Educational Solutions for any type of required therapy. Read More

Parent Coaching in Home or Clinic

Raising a child is a learning process, always presenting new and interesting challenges. An important aspects of child development is recognizing signs that point to behavioral concerns. Negative behaviors occur in ALL children, and it’s always a good idea for parents to seek advice from family and friends. However, when problems become unmanageable, reaching out to a mental health professional is a logical next step. Read More

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