In-Home and Centers-Based ABA Therapy
We don’t just change behaviors. We work on changing environments and consequences so that desirable behaviors can happen.
Why do we base our services in the home? First, we do it because the home is your child’s accustomed everyday environment, which extensive research and experience has shown is the most effective place to deliver behavioral health interventions to children and adolescents. Second, we do it to make it as convenient as possible for your family’s needs.
We understand that apart from communication and behavior, improvements in academic performance help children and teens develop healthy self-esteem and prepare them for their adult lives. So, as a separate option, we offer psychoeducation for parents and academic enhancement programs to keep their children on track.
Crystal Minds New Beginning with our In-Home and Centers-Based ABA Therapy makes every reasonable effort to ensure that our services are effective by providing continuous supervision, by monitoring progress through data analysis, by maintaining ongoing communication with parents, and by working as a team with everyone who takes responsibility for the welfare of the person we’re helping with therapy.
Hence, we focus on community-oriented “out in the world” capabilities such as leisure activities, social skills, and safety skills. Whether you’re visiting grandma’s house, shopping in your favorite store, or going to the park, there is always room for incidental learning.
In home ABA-based therapy is best known for treating people with developmental disabilities, most notably Autism Spectrum Disorders, through early-childhood intervention. However, applied behavior analysis makes contributions in a vast range of areas, including early toddler development; treatment of phobias, insomnia, and severe mental disorders; language acquisition; parenting; education; health and exercise; forensic science; industrial safety; littering prevention; and conservation of natural resources.
We absolutely love teaching others about our empirically based interventions. That is why we offer consultations and trainings to schools, therapy facilities, and agencies that are interested in allowing us to share our knowledge and experience with them.