Behavior Therapy

Behavior Therapy is based on research. It is the application of the knowledge acquired from researchers to improve the socially significant behaviors.

Behavior Therapy is for anyone who needs help due to inappropriate behavior, developmental delays, and/or deficits.

Behavior Therapies increase socially significant behaviors, including but no limited to social interaction skills, independent adaptive skills, communication skills, academic skills, talent development skills, and fine/gross motor skills.

Behavior Therapies help clients reach their maximum potential by applying the principles of Behavior Analysis in individualized and specific programs to each client.

Behavior Therapies help people with Autism Spectrum Disorder to overcome their deficits and limitations by teaching science-based strategies to reach their full potential development.

Behavior Therapies help the clients diagnosed with developmental disabilities including but not limited to Cerebral Palsy, ADHD, Learning Development Delay, Asperger, Down Syndrome, Microencephaly, Macroencephaly, Insomnia, Receptive expressive language Disorder, Speech delay, Angelman Syndrome, and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome to have a better day to day functioning.