Advanced Behavior Analysis: A Caring ABA Team

We provide individualized, scientifically-based services through Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in Salt Lake, Wasatch, and Summit Counties.

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Our Philosophy

At Advanced Behavior Analysis, our philosophy is rooted in celebrating and embracing neurodiversity, guided by the principles of education, advocacy, inclusion, diversity, individuality, compassion, and connection.

We prioritize ongoing education to deliver evidence-based ABA services that foster learning, growth, and independence while advocating for the rights and dignity of individuals with diverse neurological profiles.

We honor each individual’s unique strengths, challenges, and goals, delivering personalized interventions with empathy and kindness. Through meaningful connections and collaborative partnerships, we create a nurturing and supportive network that extends beyond therapy sessions, promoting social connection and belonging for all.

We are committed to broadening and improving the lives of children through Applied Behavior Analysis. We provide individualized, scientifically-based services through Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in Salt Lake, Wasatch and Summit Counties.

We will work with your child and family to create a target-specific plan that is most essential to increasing your child’s independence and quality of life.

Our Approach

As a smaller company, we focus heavily on a teamwork approach when it comes to the individual treatment of our clients. Each of our team members have unique knowledge and a unique approach in which combining them creates something truly special and unique.

Our analysts have small caseloads, allowing them to have more time with their clients and provide quality service to each of them. Our training process for our incoming team members includes an in-depth training of not only company policy, but also clinical information to make them fully prepared and ready to implement behavior plans and skill goals with accuracy and fidelity.

Not only are our team members trained from day 1, our training continues during each supervision and during monthly meetings where the team can learn, grow and collaborate with one another. Our team members are also required to complete the Registered Behavior Technician training and certification process to ensure the best quality of treatment.


Individualized Treatment

Each child presents a different set of strengths and weaknesses. We strive to focus on strengths so that we can meet the child where they are at, and build on their current skills and interests. We do not use a one size fits all approach, each program is tailored to individual needs and evaluated weekly by the behavior analyst.

Maintaining Client Dignity

We respect the unique individuality of each child with whom we work. We strive to reduce challenging behaviors by replacing them with functional communication and self advocacy skills. Our goal is to assist a child on the path to unlocking their full potential.

Supporting Families

We realize that Autism and other neurodivergences impact the entire family unit. We belive that celebrating neurodiversity starts in the home. Our mission is to educate and empower families so that they have the skills and knowledge necessary to support their loved one.

State of the Art Facility Created by Experts

Our clinic space contains a state-of-the-art sensory gym designed by an occupational therapist as well as a unique circle time and center rotation system that includes use of private work rooms to allow clients to focus.

We are one of the only practices in Utah who use a neurodiversity affirming practice model. As a neurodiversity affirming practice, we use methods that allow children to exercise their right to bodily autonomy. This means that we listen to both verbal and nonverbal cues (e.g. body language).

We reinforce attempts to communicate the need for personal space, breaks, sensory interventions, assistance, etc. We use hand over hand prompting as a last resort, as this is considered an intrusive intervention and we strive to create an environment where children can learn with the least restrictive supports in place.

Statistically, Autistic children are 6-7 times more likely to be victims of sexual assault. Our mission to reduce physical prompting and teach self advocacy skills and bodily autonomy has a lot to do with keeping every child safe throughout their lives.

We are constantly updating and improving upon our policies and procedures as well as how we train our team to ensure the best quality treatment for our clients and staff.

Our administration model is unique and offers heavy oversight to our technicians and behavior analysts to ensure quality treatment and experience for our clients and their families.

Working Together With You

Let us help your child discover the many possibilities that await them!

What Our Clients Say About Us

Elizabeth Walsh
Elizabeth Walsh
Advanced Behavioral Analysis is a wonderful organization. Nicole our BCBA has matched by son Brandon (6) with the best ABA technicians. Nicole has been a great support to our family and Brandon has progressed so much under their care. I highly recommend this organization they really do care about their clients.
Andrea Bruerton
Andrea Bruerton
My son Collin (4) was paired up with an AMAZING team. Our BCBA is Jillian and our RBT is Camille. Collin calls them his Jillie and Milk. They have truly been amazing. When we started this journey Collin maybe said 10 words functionally. He is now talking in 3 to 4 word sentences. He can identify emotions in others and is learning how to express his wants, needs, and feelings. He is learning how to play with others and so, so much more. They disguise everything as fun games or activities. Even my 2 older daughters want to join in. Collin received a diagnosis of ASD when he was 2yr old. Our Pediatrician really stressed the importance of ABA therapy. To be honest I was very reluctant as I have heard mixed reviews. After calling about 10 different companies to get information about their programs I found ABA. I was looking for someone that would work with me on how many hours a week he would be required to do. Most places I talked with wanted a minimum of 20 hours a week. At 3yrs old that is to much in my opinion. I also wanted in home and clinic sessions. I want to be involved. They have been willing to work with me on all of the above and so much more. Jillian and Camille are phenomenal at what they do. They truly care and love my little boy. I could not ask for a better team. He looks forward to going to the Clinic (Milks House) and them coming to our home. I can honestly say that I whole heartily trust them and feel so lucky that they are in our lives.
Jerome Braga
Jerome Braga
We have had and continue to have such a great experience with the whole team at Advanced Behavior Analysis. From the office team, to Leads, to BCBA's and Jr Consultants, everyone seems to genuinely care about the great work they are doing. We have been working with them for about six months now and are very pleased with our progress together. Everyone truly believes in our unified mission. Thank you for always taking time out to answer my questions and help keep us moving forward. We Highly Recommend.
Tara Wackerly
Tara Wackerly
I love working at Advanced Behavior Analysis. I have worked at 2 other ABA companies and this one has the best interest for clients and staff by far. I feel respected and heard by the entire team!
Jordan & Heather Callister
Jordan & Heather Callister
They have been so helpful with our son. We appreciate them working with him!
Annie Leon
Annie Leon
I am an employee at ABA and have been extremely proud to see this business grow. I have been at ABA for almost 5 years. ABA has truly been a wonderful company to work for. Supportive teams, passionate and professional employees. All knowledgeable in their fields and take the time to consider each individual. A great company to work for if you want to make a difference in a child life.

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