Phoenix, Arizona

Trumpet Behavioral Health Phoenix Autism Center
801 E Camelback Rd
Phoenix, AZ  85014
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Trumpet Behavioral Health – Phoenix Provides Leading Autism Therapy Using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

Our Phoenix 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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Abby Twyman

Clinical Director

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Abby Twyman

Clinical Director
Years Working in Field: 13

Working with children with autism and their families across the past 10 years has been the most fulfilling part of my life. I started in this field as a paraeducator and instantly fell in love because I could see the tremendous impact I was making in each child’s life every day. That experience inspired me to pursue my certification as a behavior analyst in order to expand the extent of my impact on the field. I began as a special education teacher in Washington State, and then moved into the private sector as a clinician after moving to Arizona. My goal every day is to improve the lives of individuals with autism and their families through effective, comprehensive programming to address their needs.


M.Ed. in Special Education, University of Washington, 2008
B.S. in Neurobiology, University of Washington, 2003


Michael Liby

Associate Clinician

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Michael Liby

Associate Clinician
Years Working in Field: 4

I started working with developmentally disabled children after taking a part-time job working in an autism clinic. I immediately knew that this was a career path I would enjoy and shortly after, I began pursuing my master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis. I have worked with children and adolescents from 2 years of age up to 12 and love learning new techniques and procedures to provide for these clients.


MA in Applied Behavior Analysis, Ball State University, 2015
BA in Business & Non-Profit Management, Earlham College, 2010

Philosophy of Care

The best part about this line of work is witnessing the progress the children make during our time with us and the transformation that the progress has on the family as a whole. I have seen the outlook of a mother or a father go from bleak to excited after only a few weeks of ABA services. That is what makes this job so great.


Rosie Ward


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Rosie Ward

Years Working in Field: 4

Since high school I have worked with individuals diagnosed with autism in various fields, including respite care, after-school care, and summer camp. In 2012 I began working as an ABA therapist and about a year later began graduate school to obtain my master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism. I received my board certification in October 2015. Within the field of behavior analysis, my particular areas of interest include challenging behavior, feeding, and social skills.


MA in Applied Behavior Analysis, Ball State University, 2015
BA in Family Community Services, Michigan State University, 2012

Philosophy of Care

When I first started providing ABA therapy, I immediately noticed the incredible impact it can make and knew it was the field in which I wanted to work. My personal philosophy of care is to provide support to families and assist clients in reaching their fullest potential, while respecting their individuality and personal preferences. My experience includes EIBI as well as working with older children on social skills and severe challenging behaviors.

Trumpet Behavioral Health – Phoenix resides on the grounds of Faith Lutheran Church nestled in downtown Phoenix. Our office is right off of 7th Street and Camelback Road, which puts us very close to the downtown district and minutes from Biltmore Fashion Park. We love our Phoenix office’s close proximity to a variety of cultural and entertainment destinations including Heard Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, Children’s Museum of Phoenix, Chase Field, US Airways center, and the Arizona Science Center. We are also located next to a number of dining options, including The Yard, Hula’s Modern Tiki, Pizza Heaven, Two Hippies, and Lux Central! Within our fun and exciting TBH walls we operate very closely like a pre-school where we have themes of the month and week. Each kid gets a chance to learn and explore different activities within the theme chosen. The Phoenix location is conveniently located on the same campus as Faith Lutheran Pre-School which allows for opportunities for our kids to work and grow in social play.

We accept most major insurance plans for ABA Therapy for Autism. We are not able to accept straight Medicaid at this time because Medicaid does not cover ABA services.

  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Humana (LifeSynch)
  • Magellan
  • MHN
  • 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

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

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

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