Peoria, Arizona

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21505 N 78th Ave
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Peoria, AZ  85382
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Trumpet Behavioral Health – Peoria Provides Leading Autism Therapy Using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

Our Peoria 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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Adeline Low

Clinical Director
MA, BCBA

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Adeline Low

Clinical Director
MA, BCBA
Years Working in Field: 8
Education

M.A. in Behavior Analysis, University of Houston - Clear Lake, 2013
B.A. in Psychology, University of Kansas, 2009

Philosophy of Care

I have personally seen and experience the impact autism can have on an individual and their family. Thus, I see the importance of providing high quality care based on best practice. I believe that every individual, regardless of their abilities, is able to reach their full potential through great and compassionate ABA services. I was first exposed to the field of Applied Behavior Analysis when I was studying at The University of Kansas and my love for this science grew tremendously through my experience at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. I am excited to continue enhancing my skills in this field and serve individuals with developmental disabilities and their families through Trumpet Behavioral Heath – San Jose.

Allie Zeller

Clinician
MA, BCBA

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Allie Zeller

Clinician
MA, BCBA
Years Working in Field: 6

I graduated with a degree in Neuroscience from Earlham College in 2011. I began working with developmentally disabled children and adolescents my last year of college, as part of volunteer hours I was completing. I fell in love with the field and the children, and then decided to pursue a degree in Applied Behavior Analysis at Ball State University. I began working at Bluegrass Autism Services in Kentucky and worked there for 3 years until moving to Arizona to work at TBH. I have worked in a variety of settings including home, school and clinic and have worked with all age groups, although I specialize in early intervention. I am currently working on obtaining by PsyD focusing on early childhood development.

Education

MA in Applied Behavior Analysis, Ball State University, 2013
BA in Neuroscience, Earlham College, 2011

Philosophy of Care

I love providing therapy for children with autism because everyday is a new adventure and every child is different. Each day you are opened to new experiences and challenges. Watching these children grow and learn on a daily basis is the most rewarding experience there is. I believe that each individual, regardless of their abilities, are able to learn and achieve at a higher level. Being able to take each child’s problems and strengths and address them on such as individual basis helps to promote success and progress.

Debbie Villa

Clinician
MS, BCBA

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Debbie Villa

Clinician
MS, BCBA
Years Working in Field: 4

I began working with children with developmental disabilities when I was a child as both of my parents dedicated their lives to the field; my mother was a teacher and my father was a school bus driver. I worked in special needs camps as a teenager. Then I became a teacher and started working in inclusion settings. After that, I became a mentor teacher/training team coordinator in a day school that specializes in serving students with severe problem behaviors. It is then when I met a very influential person who mentored my right into the ABA position I am in today.

Education

M.S. in Education, Loyola University, 2000
B.S. in Education, Loyola University, 1987

Philosophy of Care

What I love the most about ABA is the opportunity I have each day to help clients accomplish their goals. As a teacher, I had to divide my attention in so many directions at one time; it was difficult to see if I was making a difference and if goals were being met in a timely fashion. Acquisition of skills goes much faster when graphing the progress consistently and frequently. My experience comprises different settings such as the classroom, the home, and the center.

Nancy Salinas

Clinician
MA, BCBA

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Nancy Salinas

Clinician
MA, BCBA
Years Working in Field: 9

Most of my work experience is derived from working with children with developmental disabilities (namely, autism), college students, and most recently, typically developing children with academic skill deficits. I pursued my master’s degree in experimental psychology with an ABA concentration at the University of Texas Pan American. I am currently a PhD candidate in special education at Texas Tech University.

My first encounter with ABA principles was in a “Behavior Modification” course as an undergraduate student. I immediately became interested in what the field had to offer, particularly when it comes to improving children’s lives. Soon after, I taught the laboratory for the course and later completed my experimental psychology master’s degree with an ABA emphasis. Since then, I have had the pleasure of working with many children, adolescents, and their caregivers. I have also enjoyed sparking interest in the field through my college level teaching assignments. I have attended regional, national, and international conferences where I have learned much from colleagues and shared my own research with others.

Education

MA in Experimental Psychology, ABA Concentration, University of Texas Pan American, 2010

Philosophy of Care

My philosophy of care is that all individuals, regardless of disability or level of impact, can learn! My goal is to improve their quality of life taking into account the individual’s and their family’s perspective. I love working in this field because of the great impact it has on the people that I work with. It is extremely rewarding to implement strategies that work based on a science I feel passionate about. I could not think of a better field to be in!

Samantha McKenna

Associate Clinician

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Samantha McKenna

Associate Clinician
Years Working in Field: 3

I became interested in the needs within special education while attending high school in New York. It was not until I was pursuing higher education that I found an interest in Applied Behavior Analysis.

Education

B.S. in Psychology, William Smith College, 2013
A.A.S. in General Studies, Monroe Community College, 2010

Philosophy of Care

I believe every child and adult should have access to learning independent life skills regardless of the circumstances.

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Our Location is Unique! 

  • Our building utilizes natural light in our large playroom with sky lights, offering an airy and welcoming environment.
  • Our shared working space is cozy and conducive to great team work.
  • Nearby businesses include a dance studio, CrossFit gym, karate studio, swim school, and doctors/dentists offices, all of which make our location central and accessible for our clients.
  • We have many after school kiddos, which creates opportunities for social skills and fun peer interactions.
  • The Montessori school across the parking lot has invited us to have play time on the playground!
  • Our schedule and programming follow a preschool model.
  • The kids love jumping on our indoor trampoline!
  • We continue to collaborate with others in our division as we recently opened our center!

Insurance Information

Insurance

We accept most major insurance plans for autism therapy. We are not able to accept DDD at this time because it does not cover ABA services.

  • Aetna
  • BCBS AZ
  • Cigna
  • Humana (LifeSynch)
  • Magellan
  • MHN
  • Private Pay
  • 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

Social Skills Group

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

Supplementary Services

  • Behavior Consultation with school districts and families
  • Assistance accessing insurance funding for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Presentations and trainings for family groups and other professionals
  • Presentations and trainings covered in a wide range of topics

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