Intensive Behavioral Health Services
 

IBHS is a therapeutic program designed to provide support to children with emotional and behavioral needs. IBHS provides comprehensive treatment to children to assist them in becoming more functional in their natural settings, such as the home, school or community.  Our IBHS program works with each child and his or her family to assist them in developing strategies to manage challenging behaviors more effectively.  We serve children and youth up to 21 years of age with a behavioral health diagnosis that can include Autism Spectrum Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Depression, Anxiety Disorder and other various behavioral health diagnoses. 


Behavior Consultation (BC): Services consist of clinical direction of services to a child, youth or young adult, development and revision of the Individualized Treatment Plan (ITP), oversight of the implementation of the ITP and the consultation with a child’s youth or young adult’s treatment team regarding ITP.
 

Mobile Therapy (MT): Services consist of individual therapy, family therapy, development and revision of the ITP, assistance with crisis stabilization and assistance with addressing problems the child, youth or young adult has encounter.
 

Behavioral Health Technician (BHT): Services consist of implementing the ITP. These services are available for individual or ABA services.

Behavior Analytic Service and BC (ABA): Services consist of clinical direction of services to a child, youth or young adult; development and revision of the ITP; oversight of the implementation of the ITP and the consultation with a child’s youth or young adult’s treatment team regarding ITP and the implementation of functional analysis.

 

Assistant Behavior Consultation (ABA): Services consist of assisting an individual who provides behavior analytic services of behavior consultation and provides face to face intervention

 

Services can be provided in Allegheny, Fayette, Greene, Washington, or Westmoreland Counties

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