Trumpet Behavioral Health Honolulu, Hawaii – Trumpet Academy

Trumpet Academy Clinicians serve children in grades K – 12 that have challenging behaviors that interfere with learning.

At Trumpet Academy, our Board Certified Behavior Analysts provide highly structured, individualized educational programs that utilize evidence based teaching strategies to meet each student’s IEP goals and objectives.

Our programs, including all related services, place an emphasis on positive behavioral supports. We provide the individualized support necessary for students to successfully access standards-based educational opportunities. Our ultimate goal is for students to acquire the necessary social, behavioral and communicative skills needed to return to a less restrictive environment.

Our Clinical Team

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Michael Wright

Regional Director
PhD

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Michael Wright

Regional Director
PhD
Years Working in Field: 18

Dr. Michael Wright is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. He received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of California and received his Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Child Psychology from the University of Kansas.    He has received post doctoral training for the treatment of children and adults with developmental disorders and interventions specific to Autism Spectrum Disorders. He has also had training in cognitive behavioral therapy, family therapy, intensive in-home family therapy and behavioral therapy to deal with issues of ADHD, Conduct Disorder, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, and Adjustment Disorders.

Dr. Wright completed his internship at the Child and Family Guidance Center in Northridge California and completed his Post Doctoral Training at Alakai Na Keiki in Honolulu, Hawaii.  He was the Honolulu District Supervisor and staff trainer at Alakai Na Keiki.  Dr. Wright joined Trumpet Behavioral Health in 2005 as a Consultant and has been the Director of Clinical Operation for Humboldt since 2010. Currently, he serves as the Regional Director for Southern California and Hawaii.  This region is comprised of areas North of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, and Orange County in California and the islands of Oahu, Maui, and the Big Island in Hawaii.

Over the past two decades Dr Wright’s focus has been on providing service to individuals on the Autism Spectrum and individuals diagnosed with conduct disorder through contracts with the Department of Education and Department of Health.  In his private practice he has focused on children with Adjustment Disorders, Depression, and ADHD.  He provides evidenced based treatments to the individuals and clients he serves.

Education

Ph.D in Clinical Child Psychology, University of Kansas, 2004
M.A. in Clinical Child Psychology, University of Kansas, 1997
B.S. in Psychology, University of California, Berkeley, 1990

Philosophy of Care

I love providing ABA services for children and families because properly targeted ABA services can and do make meaningful life changes in their lives. This is accomplished though
partnering with families to create long lasting effective interventions in the home and the community.

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Jessie Mitchell

School Administrator
MA, BCBA

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Jessie Mitchell

School Administrator
MA, BCBA
Years Working in Field: 28
Years as Certified BCBA: 11

It has been almost three decades, in three different states and Jessie Mitchell has yet to find a profession that is more interesting, challenging and enriching than her role as behavior analyst.  Jessie is a senior clinician with TBH, pet lover and enjoys being surrounded by nature.

Education

BCBA in , East Carolina University, 2003
M.A. in Psychology, East Carolina University, 1993
B.S. in Psychology, Pacific University, 1985

Philosophy of Care

My personal mission is to strive for ethical and professional excellence in everything I do while carefully using behavior analysis to improve lives.  My professional activities are guided by the ethical guidelines set forth by Behavior Analyst Certification Board and a personal commitment towards Civility.  I value helping new professionals grow as behavioral analysts and helping consumers with behavioral and learning challenges grow as members of society.  I take a functional, problem-solving approach to helping individuals develop new skills and new and appropriate ways to interact with their environment. My personal motto is that no challenge is to great and nothing is impossible, especially when the challenge is tackled by a team. In all things, I strive to think objectively and to make decisions that are guided by data and evidence rather than just opinion.

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Rachel Miller

Clinician
MS, BCBA

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Rachel Miller

Clinician
MS, BCBA
Years Working in Field: 5
Years as Certified BCBA: 1

I began working with children with developmental disabilities shortly after I graduation from the University of Hawaii where I taught special education in the Hawaii public school system. I pursued my masters degree at The Sage Colleges and began working as a special education teacher for Trumpet Academy in Honolulu. While teaching at Trumpet Academy, I completed my masters degree, passed the certification exam, and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). I then transitioned to the role of clinician in December, 2013.

Education

M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis & Autism, The Sage Colleges, 2013
B.Ed. in Elementary Education & Special Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2009

Philosophy of Care

I enjoy providing ABA services for children with autism and other developmental disabilities because of the positive changes I have seen for not only the children but for their families. I chose to pursue my BCBA following my second year as a special education teacher where I had the pleasure to work with a clinician from Trumpet Behavioral Health. Her ability to apply evidence-based strategies to increase skill acquisition and reduce problematic behavior inspired me to apply for graduate school to study ABA.

 

We offer 1:1 intensive individualized behavioral teaching.

Our evidence-based treatment will help children acquire communication and behavioral skills that can lead to a decrease in destructive, disruptive, and unsafe behaviors.

Students will learn alternative prosocial and productive behaviors. We will help to improve student’s skills in the areas of interpersonal communication, problem-solving, academic, leisure, self-help skills, and integration into the community.

We also offer a variety of other School-Based Behavioral Health Services, including BISS, Paraprofessional, Parent Training, Functional Behavior Analysis (FBA) and Group Therapy.

School-Based Services

  • Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs)
  • Functional Analysis Assessments (FAAs)
  • Program design, development & implementation
  • Individualized Positive Behavior Supoprt Plans (PBSPs)
  • Positive Behavioral Intervention Plans (PBIPs)
  • Central District
  • Cigna
  • Department of Health
  • Honolulu District
  • Leeward District
  • Private Pay
  • Tricare
  • Windward District
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518 Holokahana Lane
Honolulu, HI  96817
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