Trumpet Behavioral Health San Fernando Valley, California
20121 Ventura Blvd
Woodland Hills, CA, 91364
Phone: (818) 676-1231
Fax: (818) 337-0434
Now accepting new clients for Applied Behavior Analysis Treatment in the northern Los Angeles region, including San Fernando Valley, Antelope Valley, and Santa Clarita Valley.
We also are now working with families wanting to use Health Insurance for ABA treatment. Contact us for Insurance Eligibility Benefits Consultation.
About Our Services and Clinicians
We Provide Leading ABA Therapy for Autism and Related Disorders in the San Fernando Valley Area
No one can handle developmental disabilities alone. It takes a circle of care. Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs®) and therapists, collaborate with educators, healthcare providers, families, and most importantly, each person with we serve.
We individualize assessments and tailor treatment to each client to ensure they receive the best clinical care available for their special needs. We also help families wanting to use Health Insurance for ABA therapy for autism treatment. Contact us for your FREE Insurance Eligibility Benefits review.
We Provide Leading ABA Therapy for Autism and Related Disorders — Serving the San Fernando Valley, Antelope Valley, and Santa Clarita Valley
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ABA therapy for autism is widely recognized as the most effective treatment for children with ASDs and other exceptional behavioral needs. Our results bring a lifelong positive change to our clients.
Overview of ABA Therapy Services:
- 16-hour Group Parent Education
- Behavior Assessments
- Program Design and Consultation
- In-home Behavior Intervention
- In-home Parent Training
- Adaptive Skills Training
We Serve Individuals with:
- Asperger’s syndrome
- Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD)
- Childhood Disintegrative Disorder
- Rett’s Syndrome
- Pervasive Developmental Disorder-not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS)
- Attention Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
- Down Syndrome
- Mental Retardation
- Cerebral Palsy
- Developmental Delays
When providing ABA Therapy for Autism and Related Disorder, Our Caring Team Seeks to:
- Increase adaptive behaviors
- Teach alternative behaviors to replace problematic behaviors
- Facilitate independence with daily living skills
- Increase social skills development
- Educate parents and family members on behavior change strategies
- Implement effective and lasting behavior change across different environments
- Enhance the quality of a life for your child and entire family
In providing quality, ABA therapy for Autism and related disorders, our treatment team strives to involves parents, schools, and agencies in each client’s behavior programs. It’s part of our proven circle of care focused on the needs of each individual client.
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.
Psy.D., LPCC, BCBA-D
Dr. Adams is the Clinical Director for the offices in Los Angeles and Orange County. He graduated from California Southern University with a doctorate in clinical psychology. He is a board certified behavioral analyst (BCBA-D) and a licensed professional clinical counselor (LPCC). He has been working with children with autism and mental health disorders since 2001. Dr. Adams has previous served as a part-time adjunct faculty at National University teaching behavior analysis.
Dr. Adams is a Psychological Assistant on the Board of Psychology (PSB 37886) and served on the board of directors for California Association of Behavior Analysis (CalABA) for the 2012-1013 term. Dr. Adams is passionate about insurance reform for children with autism. He was instrumental in the formation of CalAHIP (California Active Health Insurance Practitioners). In addition, Dr. Adams serves on the public policy committee for California Association of Behavior Analysis and the insurance workgroup. He also has presented numerous workshops and panel discussions regarding issues related to public policy and insurance at conferences in California and several other states.
He has extensively researched enuresis and toilet training programs and has presented nationally on the topic. Dr. Adams enjoys developing language programs for children with limited communication skills using a framework of verbal behavior and pivotal response training (PRT). He enjoys involving families in the treatment process, staff management, teaching, and mentoring.
Robert has been working at Trumpet Behavioral Health since 2008. He studied psychology and philosophy at California State University, Northridge, where he earned his Master’s degree in clinical psychology. During this time, Robert conducted research exploring the effects of internet support groups for parents of children living with autism, as well as variables effecting turnover rates of behavior interventionists working with children with autism for southern California agencies providing one-to-one ABA therapy. He has worked with a variety of families and disabilities including; autism, William’s syndrome, Down syndrome, Q6 deletion, CP, and MR. His interests in ABA include philosophy, increasing attention, and problem solving skill sets. Currently, Robert is working on his classes towards his BCBA.
Myesha began working with Trumpet Behavioral Health in June 2010, and earned her Board Certification in May 2012. She received her Masters of Teaching with Specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis from National University June 2012. Her primary areas of interest include: Verbal Behavior and teaching and Social Skills. She's worked with Clients ranging from age three to 21-year-olds. Myesha has held several positions in the ABA field since 2004 . She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State Northridge. She's also a local, born and raised in Los Angeles California!
Sue Duffy Support Services Manager
- We believe that every individual has the potential for behavior change and skill development.
- At Trumpet Behavioral Health's Los Angeles Center, treatment programs are clinically individualized to address each child’s particular needs, strengths, and interests.
- We believe supportive, positive teaching environments are critical to learning.
- Parents are trained on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and are taught how to facilitate learning and behavior change in the child’s natural environment.
- We believe that evidence-based practices founded in the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) will lead to the best possible outcomes for children with autism and related disorders.
- We use scientifically validated methods when providing our services and rely on data to guide our assessment of progress and decision making.
- We believe that if parents and professionals come together with a commitment to open communication and mutual respect, the goal of maximizing your child’s potential can be met.
- We are committed to working collaboratively with our consumers, their families, and treatment team members. Treatment team meetings are held on a monthly basis to monitor your child’s progress.