Cambridge Behavioral Health, LLC
Our mission is to provide optimum mental and behavioral health care through the provision of quality services that are accessible, comprehensive and that promote healthy behaviors, personal development, and enhanced lifestyle choices.
Cambridge Behavioral Health provides quality mental and behavioral health services to children, adolescents, young adults, adults, and the family as a whole, promoting personal development and enhanced lifestyle choices. Services are provided by caring, dedicated professionals who are clinically licensed and/or board certified.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Verbal Behavior (VB)
- Early Intervention (EI) through 13 years of age
- Functional Behavior Assessment
- Behavior Support Planning/Implementation
- Pre-Academic Assessment and Programmatic Management
- Behavior Support Training for Parents, Teachers, Other Caregivers
- Parent/Caregiver Advocacy for Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
- Child and Adolescent (Play Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
- Sexual Abuse Therapy for Children/Adolescents
- Trauma (children)
- Individual, Marriage, Couple and Family Therapy
- Substance Awareness/Use/Abuse Therapy (high risk adolescents and adults; evaluation, rehabilitation)
- Bereavement Therapy (children, adolescents, adults)
Assessment and Testing
- Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS-R)
- Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP)
- Psychological (Intelligence, Adaptive, Achievement)
- Speech and Language Evaluations
Services to assess, diagnose and treat speech, language, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders.
Services to support sensory, movement and coordination challenges.
- Social Skills (Group and Individual Therapy): individualized services to address the child's/adolescent's difficulty in making friends, managing frustration and anger, and resolving conflicts with peers/siblings.
- Sib's Place: provides a safe and secure place for siblings/peers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders or other special needs to discuss and process feelings and emotions openly and honestly with peers who have siblings with disabilities. This group process is further supported by a caring, experienced, professional staff in a fun, engaging, therapeutic and educational setting.
- The Circles® Program: teaches appropriate social distance and levels of intimacy between the individual, parents, peers, friends, community helpers and strangers.
Parent/Caregiver Advocate for Individualized Educational Plans (IEP)
Seasoned staff provides support to parents and caregivers in administrative matters (preparation of documents and participation in IEP meetings/the IEP process).
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Family & Support Services
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Crisis / Safety
Last Updated: 10/21/21