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Who are we?

Angelic Steps Therapy is a quality ABA service provider dedicated to providing services based on true behavior analytic principles. With over ten years of experience, Angelic Steps Therapy aims to support children and adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, Learning Disabilities, Anxiety, Depression, and PTSD.

ABA Services

Why is Angelic Steps Therapy the best?

Parents and/or individuals have access to a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst that is current in behavior analytic research, in order to ensure best practice. 

Angelic Steps Therapy is proud to provide Parent Seminars to all parents that are beginning a new journey and have questions regarding their  child’s diagnosis. 


We are also proud to provide Parent Training Seminars that discuss how to increase desirable behaviors, how to decrease behaviors for reduction, and also how to cope during moments of crisis.


We are a passionate team that understands the journey of special needs, and are here to provide support along the way!

What makes us unique?​

     Angelic Steps Therapy provides evidence- based ABA services that are derived from the true principles of Applied Behavior           Analysis. 

     We pride ourselves in staying current in behavior analytic research findings in order to ensure that effective services are implemented. 

     All Registered Behavior Technicians receive thorough training and supervision from a Board Certified Behavior Analyst prior to working with your family. 

      Sessions are typically 1.5- 4 hours in length and are held within a home, school, and /or community setting.

What is ABA Therapy?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) studies the science of behavior. ABA is a systematic process that focuses on identifying patterns and function of behavior. Upon completion of a behavioral assessment.  a Behavior Analysis Support Plan is created. 

Contents of the Behavior Analysis Support Plan are implemented during therapy sessions. 

Behavior Analysis Support Plans include procedures on

+ Decreasing maladaptive behaviors such as physical aggression, verbal aggression, task refusal, non compliance & elopement.

+ Increasing positive behaviors such as  task completion, social skills & functional living skills. 

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