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Trumpet Behavioral Health – Denver Provides Leading Autism Therapy Using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

Our Denver team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and therapists collaborate with educators, healthcare providers, families, and most importantly, each person we serve. At Trumpet, we utilize a multi-layered approach to serving our clients: from our in-house insurance team to our financial consult, we make the process of accessing services as seamless as possible.

We believe clients come first. We strive to live out this value each day in all that we do.

Our Clinical Team

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Catherine Bladow

Clinical Director
MS, CCC, BCBA

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Catherine Bladow

Clinical Director
MS, CCC, BCBA
Years Working in Field: 25

Catherine Bladow is a Speech and Language Pathologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst.  She received her Masters Degree in Communication Disorders from University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point and has been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst since 2006.  She has worked with individuals with autism spectrum disorder and developmental disabilities for over 20 years.  Catherine has worked in a variety of settings including; public schools, community re-entry programs, and private practice.  She is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) , Colorado Speech and Hearing Association (CSHA), Colorado Association of Applied Behavior Analysts (COABA) and the Association of Behavior Analysts International (ABAI).

Education

M.S. in Communication Disorders, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, 1982
B.S. in Communication Disorders, North Dakota State, 1981
BCBA in , St. Cloud State University, 2006

Philosophy of Care

To achieve the best possible outcome for all consumers!  I am passionate about working with parents and helping our clients reach their highest potential. I find that no two days are ever the same and that is what makes this such a fun and exciting place to be.

Holly Dana

Senior Clinician
MSW, BCBA

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Holly Dana

Senior Clinician
MSW, BCBA
Years Working in Field: 4

I began working with preschool aged children with developmental delays during my graduate work in clinical social work. I went on to work with children as a school social worker in Indiana where I saw children with severe emotional disabilities and provided social skills groups to adolescents on the autism spectrum. After moving to Colorado in 2013 I began working in the field of applied behavior analysis.

Education

MA in Social Work, New Mexico State University, 2009
BA in Social Work, New Mexico State University, 2007

Philosophy of Care

Immediately upon starting in the field of applied behavior analysis, I knew this was where I wanted to continue my career. I soon pursued my certification at Florida Institute of Technology. I loved the interventions grounded in solid research and the socially significant changes I saw each day working with children ages 3-15 on the autism spectrum.

Olivia Onofrio

Clinician
MEd, BCBA

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Olivia Onofrio

Clinician
MEd, BCBA
Years Working in Field: 3

I have been working with children and adults with disabilities for the past seven years in multiple settings including summer camps, respite care facilities, research labs, classrooms, and social programs. I recently graduated with a M.Ed. from the University of Washington in Seattle, where I gained a knowledge of applied behavior analysis while working with preschool aged children in the home setting. I quickly grew to love applied behavior analysis and the improvements it can make in the lives of others. I became board certified in November 2015 and am excited to continue to grow and learn as a clinician and behavior analyst.

Education

M.Ed. in Applied Behavior Analysis, University of Washington, 2015
B.S. in Human Development & Family Studies, Colorado State University, 2014

Philosophy of Care

I believe that all consumers deserve the highest quality of care possible. I am passionate about using evidence based practices to foster skill acquisition and decrease challenging behaviors. All behavior change procedures should be individualized and socially significant to maximize each client’s success.

Chase Callard

Clinician
MA, BCBA

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Chase Callard

Clinician
MA, BCBA
Years Working in Field: 5

The first child with autism who I ever met was a camper at a summer camp where I worked as a counselor. When I returned to school at Western Michigan University after that summer I immediately changed my major of study to psychology and began learning about behavior analysis. The following year I started working with pre-school children with autism in a university practicum where I got to see the principles of behavior analysis at work, improving the skills and lives of the kids.
Learning about the principles of behavior, along with seeing the effects of applied behavior analysis on kids with developmental disabilities, sparked a passion for behavior analysis in me. After receiving my Master of Arts in behavior analysis from Western Michigan University I decided to continue to pursue more knowledge of behavior analysis in a doctoral program at Utah State University. I am currently working on my dissertation and hope to acquire my Ph.D in applied behavior analysis and special education in 2017.

Education

M.A. in Behavior Analysis, Western Michigan University, 2012

Philosophy of Care

I believe that the principles of behavior describe the way in which all individuals learn, and I am committed to using behavior analysis to improve not only the skills and abilities of my clients, but also those of their parents or caregivers, the therapists who I supervise, and even my own practices. I have experience working with young children and adolescence, both with behavior acquisition and reduction. I am interested in applying what we know about behavior to improve people’s lives, and in expanding our field’s knowledge of behavior through research.

Our Location Offers:

  • Insurance Specialists to help families navigate autism therapy coverage options
  • Coordinated therapy across all providers & physicians
  • Parent training and support
  • Individualized programming for each consumer
  • Free Insurance Eligibility Review
  • Board Certified Clinicians

We accept most major insurance plans as well as Medicaid funding for ABA Therapy for Autism.

  • Aetna
  • Anthem/BCBS
  • Cigna
  • Kaiser Standard
  • Humana (LifeSynch)
  • Magellan
  • Medicaid – CES
  • Medicaid – CWA
  • Rocky Mountain Health Plans
  • TRICARE
  • United Behavioral Health
  • Value Options

Center-Based ABA Therapy for Autism and Intervention Services

  • Initial educational and functional behavior assessments
  • 1:1 intensive ABA-based treatment focused on skill acquisition and problem behavior reduction
  • Functional communication and social skills
  • Practice transitioning and independence
  • Early group learning skills
  • Toilet training
  • Social skills groups, based on age and skill level

Benefits of Center-Based ABA Therapy

  • Training & Supervision
  • Clinician Collaboration
  • Social Skills
  • Generalization
  • School Readiness
  • Consistency of Services

Social Skills Group

  • Social thinking group
  • Grouping
  • Social skills play group
  • ‘Typical’ children are invited and encouraged to attend

Autism Services for Military Families

  • Verbal Behavior Assessment and Placement
  • Functional Behavior Assessment
  • Program monitoring and evaluation
  • Functional communication
  • Social and play skills
  • Behavior management
  • Parent training
  • Pre-academic/Academic and school readiness