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Frequently Asked Questions

Often, when taking first steps towards finding a good ABA provider a lot of questions will come to mind. Find some of the more common questions and answers we receive below!

What makes us different?

We are a private company NOT mandated by an insurance company or any other entity in how we can provide our services. This offers us the flexibility to treat children using modalities that fit their needs. In addition, we only employ RBT's who are seeking their BCBA certification. Our staff are included in every part of the process of the child's therapy from treatment planning to the direct therapy which gives our therapists the knowledge to provided superior services. 

Where do you offer services?

Behavioral Analysts of Naples provides in home ABA behavioral therapy services throughout Southwest Florida and has recently expanded to Tampa!

Do I need therapy?

We believe that mental health is important for everybody! Especially when determining the person's barriers and what gets in the way of them living a fulfilling and successful life. While you may be unsure of your needs regarding your child's mental health we are here to help you determine the best way to help them feel fulfilled and successful in life, even if they may not be experiencing a mental health crisis. 

What is behavioral therapy?

Behavioral therapy is an umbrella term for types of therapy that treat mental health disorders. This form of therapy seeks to identify and help change potentially self-destructive or unhealthy behaviors. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA Therapy) is the science in which the principals of the analysis of behavior are applied systematically to improve socially significant behavior and is used to identify the variables responsible for behavior change. 

When are you available?

Contact us to confirm our availability. While we are here to help you with your child's needs, we do NOT serve as a replacement to emergency services such as 911. If you or somebody you love is an immediate danger to themselves or others please contact your local emergency services to ensure your safety.