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Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy

Our Behavior Analysts work with students to decrease problem behaviors and replace them with healthier replacement behaviors.

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What is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)?

Applied Behavior Analysis is a scientific approach to understanding behavior. An ABA therapy program uses these principles to establish and enhance socially important behaviors. The ultimate goal of Applied Behavior Analysis is to help teach new skills and decrease problem behaviors by finding suitable replacement behaviors.

Our Behavior Analysts

A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is certified with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, which is an international credentialing board. In order to be credentialed, one must have graduated from a Master’s program specializing in ABA or a related Psychology field, as well as pass the board examination. Many states also require a BCBA obtain a professional license to practice as well.

Our Behavior Analysts

What are the Benefits of Applied Behavior Analysis?

Individualized treatment plans have shown to be highly effective

ABA Therapy has produced great results across a variety of clients. When services are delivered at the appropriate treatment intensity, some benefits of therapy include:

  • An increased level of communication skills
  • An improved ability to request and label items or actions
  • The ability to follow simple and complex directions
  • Appropriate social skills with peers
  • Decrease in challenging behaviors
  • Establishing a daily routine
  • School-readiness for young learners
  • Generalization of skills across settings and people
  • Increased level of independence
What are the Benefits of Applied Behavior Analysis?

Our Experts are Experienced in

Developing and providing social skills curriculum
EIBI (Early Intensive Behavior Intervention) for young learners
Providing behavior support & parent training
Teaching daily living routines
Treating challenging behavior
Working with pre-teens and adults
Writing behavior intervention plans

TES’ approach to ABA Therapy

How do we make therapy fun?

How do we make therapy fun?

Here at TES, keeping kids happy and engaged is a top priority! The best way to teach new skills is to have fun doing it. We use positive reinforcement to increase the likelihood appropriate behaviors will happen in the future, as well as incorporate the client’s top reinforcing items and activities to help motivate them to learn.

How do we work as a team?

How do we work as a team?

TES is special in that we use an interdisciplinary therapy approach! As well as Behavior Analysts, we also have highly trained Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, and Physical Therapists we work and collaborate with every day to ensure our clients are given the best, well-rounded therapy techniques they need to strive.

How do we include the family?

How do we include the family?

Parent and family involvement is a critical piece of the ABA therapy program. Behavior Analysts meet with families on a scheduled basis, at least once per month, to review progress, share updates, and train parents on their child’s specific treatment plan. Parents are taught how to help their child’s skills learned in one environment generalize to home or across people.

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Credentials

Our Therapists' Credentials

Board Certified Behavior Analysts
Board Certified Behavior Analysts
Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts
Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts