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Our Core Programs


ABA therapy is a proven treatment for children diagnosed with autism. Studies support its effectiveness more than any other therapy.  ABA works because it targets your child’s behaviors and developmental skills, making it a program uniquely designed for your child.  An ABA therapist analyzes why those behaviors occur and what skills can be taught to improve your child’s quality of life.  The therapist evaluates the purpose a child’s behavior is serving. They then teach helpful and new behaviors.  Through ABA therapy, your child will learn effective ways to communicate with others.  By working with our compassionate and experienced therapists, you will see your child begin to develop positive behavior changes.

Child Counseling
Child at Psychologist


Trinity Behavioral Consulting therapy focuses on the progression of developmental skills and establishing appropriate responses to sensory input in a fun and active way through the use of a therapeutic environment set up with activities that facilitate exploration, movement, creativity, and engagement. Our therapists are experts in adapting the activity or environment so that your child is successful and they build on the child’s skill to promote progression and skill mastery.

Our therapists focus on the following areas:

  • Sensory Processing

  • Socialization and Play

  • Fine Motor and Hand Development Skills

  • Motor Coordination Skills

  • Visual Motor and Visual Perceptual Skills

  • Handwriting

  • Executive Functioning Skills

  • Self-Care Skills

  • Sensory-Based Feeding Problems

  • Adaptive Equipment/Assistive Technology

  • Psycho-Social concerns


Developing a sense of belonging is imperative to the healthy development of children and adolescents.  A caring and trusted adult can serve as a positive role model in our members' lives and is a strategy we believe in for prevention and intervention to help improve their personal development.  With a community-based approach in the most appropriate setting, our services are tailored to each members' needs for them to prosper.  We develop achievable goals together during the treatment planning process with family and member integration, which may include goals such as resume building, securing employment, money budgeting, and self-care.  Our members are then aligned with a trained employee and work together to achieve these goals.

Helping a Student
Family Together


Our team of speech-language pathologists offers a full range of diagnostic speech and language services and individual therapy sessions are available for persons of any age. Many of our therapists are school-based clinicians and we specialize in the school-aged population.

Our speech-language pathologists can help children with:

  • Language Deficits/Delays

  • Learning Disabilities (phonological awareness and reading)

  • Articulation Disorders (including phonological processing and childhood apraxia of speech)

  • Voice

  • Fluency

  • Feeding/Swallowing

  • Oral / Motor Skills

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • Pragmatics (social communication skills)

  • Alternative and Augmentative Communications: PECS, sign language and augmentative communication devices

Individualized Outpatient Services

Center-based Services 

TBC’s center-based program is designed to develop social skills and target the generalization of emerging and acquired skills with peers. Services are offered in both a 1:1 setting and a group setting. 

Home-based Services for Individuals 

Each individual works 1:1 with a behavioral therapist on prescribed goals derived from an intervention plan. We utilize research-based methods in therapy with the intention to generalize skills across settings. Each session varies with the needs of the individual but usually incorporates language acquisition, play skills, self-help skills, behavioral modification, and social skills training. 

School-based Services 

TBC’s positive behavior support program includes 1:1 behavior intervention in various school environments to address a broad range of challenging behaviors such as: aggression, elopement, self-injury, and tantrums. Our primary objectives are to improve academic performance, replace challenging behaviors, and increase communication, social, and coping skills. TBC believes that students have more to gain when all relevant providers, including the school team, work as one collaborative and harmonious team. 

Early Interventions Services for Children  

TBC’s intensive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program for children under six is a comprehensive treatment approach that includes behavioral, speech, and occupational therapy for individuals facing autism and other developmental disabilities. 


Respite is a service that a member’s parent, guardian or natural support can use to provide themselves with a “break” from caregiving duties. Respite is a supervision-type service in nature, so a provider is responsible for ensuring the member’s health and safety during the service.  Providers can spend time doing daily activities with their member (such as going to therapy, taking a trip to the store, picking up from school, going to the gym, participating in recreational activities) to special activities such as visiting a museum, hanging out at the park, shopping, doing arts & crafts, playing with toys etc.  


Counseling-Individual and Family Therapy 

Individual counseling provides a focused therapeutic environment between the member and the counselor allowing for a strong therapeutic alliance, working at an individualized pace, and working on individual coping techniques. 

Family therapy is a type of treatment designed to help with issues that specifically affect families' mental health and functioning. It can help individual family members build stronger relationships, improve communication, and manage conflicts within the family system. By improving how family members interact and relate to one another, family therapy can foster change in close relationships. Some of the primary goals of family therapy are to create a better home environment, solve family issues, and understand the unique issues that a family might face.

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