Services We Offer

Crisis Center

The Crisis Center at Behavior Network, in collaboration with the local authority and school districts provides treatment to individuals of all ages with challenging behaviors such as: verbal and physical aggression, self-injury, property destruction and work refusal. The primary focus of the Crisis Center is to conduct a functional analysis and effectively treat challenging behavior utilizing ABA procedures. Once the behaviors are managed at a safe level, we train parents, caregivers and teachers how to successfully manage these behaviors by following the developed behavior intervention plan. This program relies upon involvement of all caregivers to actively participate with the client as they will be implementing the prescribed treatment procedures and tracking the client’s progress. We require all caregivers to complete Safety-Care for Families™ training which is done by one of our BCBA’s.

Quick Facts About This Program:

  • Your child will be required to attend therapy sessions daily from 9am-3pm.
  • Coordination of care with all providers (i.e. school, psychiatrist, pediatrician) is required.
  • All caregivers are required to attend training sessions at the clinic and in-home as recommended.

Crisis hotline for Collin County only 1-877-422-5939

Early Intervention Program

Our Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) program is for children ages 2-6 years old. We offer a full-time schedule for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. This program follows a daily schedule that is designed to give our clients multiple opportunities to work on social skills, working in a group, play skills, and language expansion. Every client is given individualized goals and programming that is implemented in a variety of ways throughout their day. Children learn skills that are critical for school-readiness and develop skills for interacting with adults and peers. This is done in a one to one ratio and includes different themes of focus each week (i.e. letter of the week, color of the week, various habitats, etc.).

Quick Facts About This Program:

  • Part-time and full-time schedules are available Monday through Friday.
  • This program offers a full assessment and individualized programming.
  • Parent training may be conducted either in the home or clinic setting.
  • 1-1 ratio within a group setting
  • ARD (Admission, Review, and Dismissal) and/or advocacy support
Adolescent Services

Our adolescent program is for all school-aged individuals that need additional supports in order to be successful in a school or group environment. This is a 1:1 service that are provided in the clinic environment and are used to teach a variety of skills such as communication, language expansion, social skills, self-help and hygiene routines, and participating in group activities. We also focus on behavior reduction and teaching replacement to those behaviors that are socially acceptable.

Quick Facts About This Program:

  • We have direct clinical hours which are available Monday through Friday from 8am-6pm.
  • This program offers a full assessment and an individualized treatment plan.
  • Parent, Sibling, and Teacher Training
  • Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) and/or Advocacy support
Adult Services

Our adult program teaches individuals the skills needed to achieve the greatest degree of independence possible for their current age and capabilities. Services may include the following daily activities: getting dressed, completing tasks of personal hygiene, increasing safety and health, completing chores which contribute to maintaining a household and simple meal preparation. Furthermore, this program prepares individuals to live as independently as possible with family or in a group home setting. Additionally, staff focus on ameliorating challenging behaviors which may inhibit the client from participating in community-based activities. Services include: consultation, assessment, direct therapy, vocational training or short-term intervention.

Features Included in This Program:

  • This program is center-based for individuals and offers group settings.
  • Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior Intervention Plan
  • Parent and Staff Training
Social Skills

For our social skills groups, our behavior therapists use evidence-based strategies to help individuals with developmental disabilities to develop conversation skills, make friends, solve problems and understand the perspectives of others. We incorporate small group settings into this program to provide our clients with the opportunity to initiate, respond and maintain conversations, greet others, take turns, share, and develop and expand other communication skills needed to socialize with others.

Quick Facts About This Program:

  • Groups offered Monday – Thursday for all age groups.
  • Individualized group goals for each client.
Counseling

Working directly with us in our center, we have a professional individual who is not only a Licensed Professional Counselor but is also a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and Certified Brain Injury Specialist. She takes an integrative approach of cognitive-behavioral, client-centered, and solution focused therapy to meet the individual needs of each patient. Her specialty area is in helping individuals of all ages with traumatic brain injury, depression, grief, anxiety, and social challenges while also providing family support in coping challenges within families. For more information about the on sight Professional Counselor at our center, please read through her biography section below.

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