One-on-one intensive therapy specifically tailored for each child
Licensed counselors focused on behavioral, emotional, and mental issues
Teaching kids necessary social skills for making friends, holding conversations, and acting in appropriate ways
Behavioral Therapy works by reinforcing and rewarding helpful behaviors that improve learning and communication skills.
ABA involves several phases, allowing for an approach tailored to your child’s specific needs.
Consultation and AssessmentFirst, you will consult with one of our board-certified behavior analysts (BCBA). The BCBA will ask about your child’s strengths and abilities as well as things that challenge them. They will spend time interacting with your child to make observations about their behavior, communication level, and skills.
Developing a PlanYour child’s BCBA will use their observations to create a formal plan for therapy. Effective treatment looks different for every child, and each plan will have specific interventions that fit your child’s needs.
Frequent EvaluationThroughout treatment, your child’s BCBA will monitor their progress and analyze which strategies are working and where your child may benefit from different treatment tactics.
The goal of treatment depends mainly on your child’s individual needs.
However, ABA often results in children:
ABA can be expensive, but most people don’t end up having to pay for the entire cost out of pocket.
There are a few options that can help:
It’s estimated that as many as 70% of kids with ASD have at least one mental health disorder, and 40 to 50% have two or more conditions, with anxiety being the most common.
Every child deserves a bright future.
Building Resiliency for the Future.
Parenting is tough. Parenting a child with special needs deserves its own gold medal.
Many children on the autism spectrum need help in learning how to act in different social situations. Many also need help learning the life skills essential to increase independence at home, at school and in the community. By introducing these skills early and building block by block, children with autism can gain the tools that will allow them to increase self esteem and lead to more happiness in all areas of life.
ACNM offers social skills/basic living group learning opportunities throughout the year. Consult the events calendar for scheduled opportunities.
Parents often don’t realize that most insurance requires an official autism spectrum disorder diagnosis. If you aren’t sure how to start the diagnosis process, we can point you in the right direction.
We are here to help.
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Children go through phases as they grow and change – but when a child seems consistently unhappy, anxious, or angry, help can make all the difference. Our mental health services are designed to support parents and children ages 6 to 12 through complex emotional challenges and critical development phases.
For more information or an appointment, call 662-840-0974.
Our skilled therapists know how to work proactively to identify strengths and needs, teaching problem solving skills and empowering healing and positive outcomes.
You can’t pause life. But what you can do is take care of yourself to make sure you’re ready to react to whatever does happen. Our therapists can help you accept all aspects of your situation, and grow as a parent.