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After the diagnosis, an intake questionnaire will be completed, and an assessment will be scheduled and conducted. After the completion of the assessment, goals for treatment will be created to begin therapy.
In addition to questions about the reason(s) you are seeking treatment, demographic information, such as name, phone, address, and date of birth will be collected at this time.
Signatures from both parents or legal guardians, stating consent for the minor’s treatment. Additional questions will refer to the child’s grade and school performance, and current or previous therapies.
A Diagnosis is not required for children to receive ABA services, however, on is required by insurance providers for coverage of services.
The clinic accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Blue Care Network, HAP and United Health Care insurance for early intensive ABA services for children.
Yes, private pay for ABA services is accepted.
No. At this time we only offer clinic-based services.
No. ABA services are only provided in-person at the clinic. However, parent meetings may be held via telehealth dependent on the consumer’s plan.
The MSP Clinic is currently equipped to provide ABA services to children between the ages of 2-5.
Direct therapy is provided by our students who work one-on-one with your child while they are currently pursuing their Master’s in Clinical Psychology and/or an ABA certification.
The ABA clinic is overseen by a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst and a Clinical Psychologist.
Our treatment team consists of direct therapists in training in addition to a supervising Board-Certified Behavior Analyst who oversees therapy and provides training.
Sessions vary based on the child’s needs and availability. On average, sessions at our clinic last between 2 to 4 hours.