Our team uses evidence based assessment and treatment planning procedures to address problem behaviors by working in our Center directly with the child while simultaneously training parents and caregivers on how to help at home and in the community.
Using both functional analysis (FA) and functional behavior assessment (FBA) methods, our team completes a sophisticated evaluation which determines the reason the challenging behavior occurs and establishes a course of teaching healthy replacement skills which meets the individual’s needs.
The behavioral and psychological experience and expertise of CCSN's clinical team allows us to address challenging behaviors for individuals with very complex clinical profiles.
A functional analysis (FA) and/or a functional behavioral assessment (FBA) is conducted to identify why the child engages in unwanted behaviors. Treatment involves multiple members of the CCSN team such as psychologists, behavior analysts, speech and language therapists, and educators.
In order to design the correct treatment package, our team completes an in-depth assessment to learn all of the information needed to understand a child’s needs. This includes:
Working directly with the child, our team will complete a sophisticated FA and/or FBA which will then directly guide the development of a Behavior Support Plan (BSP).
This plan will not only address how to reduce challenging behavior, but will ensure that needed replacement skills are taught. As the plan is implemented we continue to support extensive training for families on how to execute it both at home and in the community.
To ensure consistency and stability of environment and procedures, we must train those in direct contact with the patient. All training involves:
CCSN Behavioral Health accepts insurance from a variety of providers. We would be happy to check eligibility and verify benefits with your insurance company. Please contact us for more information.
Helping children and adolescents learn the skills necessary to use the toilet independently
Partnering with school districts to enhance capacity to support the needs of all students
Individuals with autism or related neurodevelopmental disorders and their families often benefit from therapeutic support that improves their social and emotional well-being
Helping families and educators understand a child's challenging behavior and develop effective solutions