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Leading Autism Therapy Services

Trumpet Behavioral Health is excited to offer autism therapy services in the greater Libertyville area through a center-based program.

Our Libertyville team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and therapists utilize a multi-layered approach to serving our clients. At Trumpet, we make the process of accessing autism therapy services as seamless as possible, from our in-house insurance team to our financial consult.

We are currently accepting new individuals for Applied Behavior Analysis therapy for autism. Click ‘Request a Free Appt’ to get started.

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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Kirsten Powers

Senior Clinician
MA, BCBA

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Kirsten Powers

Senior Clinician
MA, BCBA
Years Working in Field: 7

I began working with children with autism and developmental disabilities during an internship for my undergraduate degree. During this internship, I was introduced to behavior analysis and decided to pursue a master’s degree in behavior analysis. At Western Michigan University, I gained clinical experience working with a variety of clients. I was also able to gain experience providing therapy in a variety of settings including in a school, center, and in-home. I am excited to continue my knowledge and experience in the field as part of the Trumpet Team!

Education

M.A. in Behavior Analysis, Western Michigan University, 2014
B.A. in Psychology, Grand Valley State University, 2011

Philosophy of Care

During my internship at Grand Valley State, I fell in love with the field of behavior analysis and providing therapy to children with autism. I utilize the principles of applied behavior analysis to provide best practice using evidence based interventions and decisions.  I have seen the powerful effects of behavior analysis and believe that every individual can learn, grow, and become independent through ABA. when provided with an individualized plan that is geared towards their own strengths and weaknesses.

Roxanne Gayle

Clinician
MA, BCBA

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Roxanne Gayle

Clinician
MA, BCBA
Years Working in Field: 6

Roxanne Gayle is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She began working with developmentally disabled children and adolescents during her undergrad at Western Michigan University where she later earned her master’s degree in behavior analysis. Roxanne has worked in public schools and group homes, in addition to providing home and center-based behavior analytic services. She is an active member of The Association of Applied Behavior Analysis International (ABAI).

Education

MA in Behavior Analysis, Western Michigan University, 2014
BA in Psychology, Western Michigan University, 2012

Philosophy of Care

I fell in love with Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) after my first practicum experience at the Kalamazoo Autism Center where I learned that the most rewarding things are sometimes the smallest successes. I believe that each child should have an individualized education plan because no two children learn in the same way. Methods of care should be guided by best practice and should be equitable, ethical, and accessible for all. Laughter comes before learning and every individual, no matter what their skill set, can reach their full potential through the use of ABA services.

Insurance Information

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of IL
  • Cigna
  • Humana (LifeSynch)
  • TRICARE
  • United Behavioral Health

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

School-Based Services

  • Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs)
  • Functional Analysis Assessments (FAAs)
  • Program design, development & implementation
  • Individualized Positive Behavior Support Plans (PBSPs)
  • Positive Behavioral Intervention Plans (PBIPs)

Social Skills Group

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

In-home Intensive ABA-based Intervention Service

  • In-home therapy service for children with developmental delays and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
  • Focus on skill acquisition and behavior management
  • A combination of incidental teaching, social skill instruction, and structured teaching methods
  • 1:1 intensive ABA-based treatment focusing on skill acquisition and problem behavior reduction
  • Parent, sibling and other care giver involvement and participation during all phases of the therapy program
  • Toilet training

Additional Services Offered Throughout the Year

  • Summer camps and programs
  • Summer Camp for children with Autism (siblings welcome!)
  • Summer Intensive Behavioral Therapy: designed to reduce/eliminate behavior effecting your child’s potential for success at home and school
  • Toilet Training Clinic: an intensive parent-child approach
  • Feeding Therapy – Introduction of oral consumption, food repertoire and diet expansion