We're Providing Child Services
Bolling Behavioral Consulting is here to provide comprehensive support for children with autism and other developmental, intellectual, and physical impairments that prevent them from engaging and socializing with others.
Using an Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) approach, we’re able to provide personalized care for your child and drive positive behavioral improvements.
Over the years, we’ve cared for children from as young as 2 months of age to 20 years old.
Comprehensive support for children with autism
Treatment We Offer
We offer effective treatment procedures to teach new skills, reduce challenging behaviors,
and improve specific behaviors in your child. We drive improvement in areas like;
More then 345 000+ People Were Helped
Where do we provide services?
Unlike other treatment centers, we can deliver our treatment services in multiple settings tailored to your child’s needs and convenience. That could be in a clinic, in the comfort of your own home, or your local community.
We serve a large area around metro Atlanta so contact us to know if we serve your area.
Our clinic within The Elaine Clark Center offers families the option to enroll their child in daycare. We also provide additional services all at the exact location they receive ABA therapy.
Who provides the service?
Every child will be assigned a Behavior Analyst who oversees all aspects of treatment and an ABA technician who delivers 1:1 direct therapy. All of our personnel are qualified by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
Licensed, Skilled, and Trained: Our Behavior Analysts are all Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA), and our Technicians are Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT). We take pride in ensuring that our professionals are properly trained and equipped to deliver services that produce excellent and satisfactory outcomes.
Background Checked: All staff members are subjected to comprehensive background checks, CPR training, Professional Crisis Management Training, and continuing education and development beyond what is required for their credentialing.
What does treatment look like?
The first step in providing therapy for your child is an intensive evaluation by our Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to determine your child’s unique, individual needs.
A highly personalized treatment plan is then created for each child, focusing on their strengths, limitations, and interests.
Our Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) works one-on-one directly with your child to teach them the skills outlined in the treatment plan. While also assisting your child in reducing any undesirable or problematic behaviors they may have.
In addition, our BCBA will also give parent training so you can help your kid in generalizing the skills they have learned during therapy.