All of our services are founded on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and empirical research within the field of ABA. Through these services, we aim to enhance the lives of individuals as well as their families. Below is a list of services we provide.

Comprehensive ABA Treatment

Comprehensive ABA refers to the treatment of multiple affected developmental domains, such as cognitive, communicative, social, emotional, and adaptive functioning. Maladaptive behaviors such as noncompliance, tantrums, and repetitive behaviors are also typically the focus of treatment. Comprehensive ABA Treatment programs tend to range from 30-40 hours of  treatment per week, typically in a structured therapy setting with 1:1 staffing. As the client progresses and meets criteria for participation in larger or different settings, sessions may progress to small-group formats and will aim to integrate naturalistic methods of teaching into treatment. We also provide services and

training family members and caregivers to manage problem behavior as well as to teach and reinforce new skills being taught is also a critical component of this model.










Focused ABA Treatment

Focused ABA Treatment refers to treatment provided directly to the client for a limited number of behavioral goals. This model typically involves reducing problem behavior(s) and increasing socially appropriate behavior as the primary focus. Individuals who need to acquire key functional skills (i.e. communication, safety skills, self-care/hygiene skills, social skills, or independent leisure skills), as well as individuals who are exhibiting acute problem behavior(s), would be appropriate candidates for this treatment model. The Focused ABA Model is not restricted by age, cognitive level, or co-occurring conditions.

Public School Partnership Program

Peak Behavioral Services ABA Services offers a public school partnership program to bring public and private resources together to maximize the educational benefit to our clients in the context of the local public schools. Peak Behavioral Services works collaboratively with teachers and school personnel offering classroom consultation, training, curriculum development, individualized assessment, and data-based measurement systems.

Training Support Services
Peak Behavioral Services offers a wide range of training topics. Trainings could be offered to receive CE credits, professional development, or staff development around areas of need. Training topics include, but are not limited to the following topics:

  • Registered Behavioral Technician Course Offered through Central Wyoming Community College

  • A course in Applied Behavior Analysis for those implementing intensive programs for children with Autism Spectrum disorder.

  • Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis

  • Functional Analysis of Behavior

  • Discrete-trial Instructional Procedures

  • Understanding and using Reinforcement procedures

  • Overview of Autism and Related Disorders

  • Data Collection and Analysis