Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

Help your child learn new skills or overcome problem behaviors

What is ABA

ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) is a scientific approach that uses positive reinforcement and other behavior modification techniques to help your child learn new skills, reduce problem behaviors, and improve their quality of life. This kind of specialized, personalized therapy has been proven to be an effective tool for children with a wide range of challenges, including those on the autism spectrum, those with ADHD, and those struggling with anxiety or other behavioral difficulties.

Advantages of ABA

Our clinical team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) can work with you and your child to develop personalized modules to help with a wide variety of skills and challenges, including:


Evidence-based therapy

Numerous studies exist showing the effectiveness of ABA therapy for children with learning or developmental disorders. A comprehensive National Autism Center review found ABA to be the only treatment approach with sufficient evidence to be classified as “established”. In randomized controlled trials, children receiving ABA therapy showed greater improvement in language, adaptive behavior, and IQ. Most studies report significant improvements in communication, social skills, and behavior, and a meta-analysis found ABA therapy resulted in significant improvements in language, cognitive function, and adaptive behavior.

Who can benefit from ABA

ABA therapy may be effective for a wide range of challenges to give children an improved quality of life and greater independence. This therapy is also beneficial for parents, as it provides you tools and strategies to manage your child’s behaviors more effectively, and promote their growth and development.

Some of the conditions that can see a positive benefit using ABA are: