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Providers of Compassionate ABA Therapy

Collective Behavioral Therapy is an in-home ABA provider located in Columbus, Ohio. BCBA owned and operated. We provide compassionate and individualized approach to each family we serve. 

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Why Collective Behavioral Therapy?

At CBT we focus on creating individualized treatment plans based on collaborative and compassionate care for each family we serve. We celebrate the beauty of neurodiversity by embracing how children with ASD experience the world and help educate the community that surrounds them.

In-Home Therapy

In-Home Therapy

CBT provides in-home ABA therapy with an individualized and compassionate approach to your child’s needs. We take a collective approach to improving the quality of life, not only for your child but also for the family unit.

Parent Consultation

Parent Consultation

Parent consultation is an opportunity for an initial overview of behavioral concerns and areas of growth that may include short-term interventions and parent-centered implementation with the support of a BCBA.

Community & School Support

Community & School Support

Collaborating and advocating for a child in all settings is imperative to your child’s growth. We provide support with IEP development, collaboration with school teams/therapy teams (PT, OT, SLP) and advocacy work.

New to ABA?

Learn what ABA is all about

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a therapy based on the science of learning and behavior. ABA therapy is designed to help children and adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) improve on the following qualities.

Language and functional communication skills

Language and functional communication skills

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Social skills/Play skills

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Challenging behaviors rigidity, protesting, aggression, impulsivity among others

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Daily Living/

Independent Skills

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When Liz Bartosek started Collective Behavioral Therapy, with Bethany Wright, in the summer of 2022, my family had already worked with Bethany for 1 and half years. We also knew of Liz and how amazing of a BCBA she was. It was an easy decision to continue with them when they started their company.

Bethany and Liz have been nothing short of professional, supportive, and willing to go to bat for my daughter. They hire quality RBTs and have worked tirelessly to help with any issues insurance throws our way.

Bethany values parent input and takes time each week to listen. She's actively engaged with my daughter's care and we see her every single week. Additionally, Bethany has given invaluable advice in working with our school district.

I highly recommend CBT. They are a new business with a Mom and Pop feel.

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  • Why Collective Behavioral Therapy?
    At CBT we focus on creating individualized treatment plans based on collaborative and compassionate care for each family we serve. We celebrate the beauty of neurodiversity by embracing how children with ASD experience the world and help educate the community that surrounds them.
  • What is ABA therapy?
    Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a therapy based on the science of learning and behavior. ABA therapy is designed to help children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) improve on the following: Language and functional communication skills Social skills/play skills Challenging behaviors: rigidity, protesting, aggression, impulsivity among others Daily Living/Independent Skills
  • What funding sources do you accept?
    UnitedHealthcare (UHC) Optum UMR All Savers Oscar OSU Aetna Autism Scholarship Caresource
  • What population and locations do you serve?
    We serve children ages 2-18 years old with a diagnosis of ASD. Counties we serve: Franklin, Delaware and Licking. If you are outside of those service areas, please reach out and we can help connect you to other providers.
  • What is the intake process and how long can it take?
    The Intake process can take around 4-6 weeks before the start of services. Initial Intake: ASD Diagnosis and Comprehensive Evaluation verified. Basic information is collected via website intake on “contact us” page. Initial Assessment and ABA Benefits Verified: ABA benefits confirmed through your insurance company. Initial assessment scheduled with family which includes direct observation and caretaker interview. Individualized treatment plan will be submitted to insurance to authorize ABA treatment Authorization approved and Team assigned: A team will be assigned based on the number of hours approved and therapists available to begin services. Training and overlaps will be scheduled with BCBA. ABA Therapy Begins: On-going supervision and overlaps will be scheduled. Parent training and implementation of interventions will be part of the treatment plan.
  • What are common ABA techniques?
    ABC Data Positive/Negative Reinforcement Functional Communication Training Modeling/Imitation Differential Reinforcement Discrete Trial Training (DTT) Natural Environment Teaching (NET)
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