Dr. Ali Arena is passionate about social cognition, language processing, executive functioning, and creating meaningful friendships & relationships for her clients. She is also a …
Alyssa Barrera Lansford
Alyssa believes that listening to others stories is one of the best forms of learning. For it’s through ones story that we can learn about …
Jude Afolake Olubodun
Jude Afolake Olubodun (he/him): On my journey to discovering the needs of my children and then understanding also the needs for myself it led to …
Ashton Benedickt is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst™, adjunct professor, and researcher with a Masters of Science in Psychology. Her primary areas of training are …
Jennifer is a neurodivergent BCBA with 17 years working in the field of ABA. She has worked in schools and home based environments with children and young adults aged 2-21. Jennifer is a graduate of the Brock University M.ADS program with a specialization in ABA.
Katelyn E. Kendrick (they/them) is a neurodiversity-affirming Board Certified Behavior Analyst/senior clinician for an early-intervention, pediatric developmental therapy clinic in the north Denver-Metro region. In 2015, they received a B.A. in History with a concentration in US History and a minor in Education from The University of California, Riverside.
|Individual Clinician Mentorship||$90/hour||This service is designed for clinicians (BCBAs™, BCaBAs™, or RBTs™) who seek support on utilizing an ACT framework to enhance Neurodiversity Affirming services for their learners. We also mentor new and/or Neurodivergent Clinicians to best support their practice. Our team consists of clinicians skilled in various aspects of behavior analytic services. Our website Mentor page highlights each individual clinician and their specific expertise. Please note this service requires a HIPAA release form to be signed by the learner and/or caregiver.|
|Case Consultation for Clinical Support||$125/hour||This service is designed for clinicians (BCBAs™, BCaBAs™), who seek support on utilizing an ACT framework to design Neurodiversity Affirming programming for a specific learner. This service may include direct observation of the learner so the Mentor can best offer guidance. Please note this service requires a HIPAA release form to be signed by the learner and/or caregiver.|
|Caregiver Consultation for Clinical Support||$100/hour||This service is designed for caregivers of neurodivergent children who seek clinical expertise to best support their child utilizing an ACT framework. This service may include direct observation of the child via telehealth. Our Mentors design individualized programming and recommendations that are affirming to the child’s unique neurotype. Please note that Mindful Behavior, llc does not accept Medicaid or private insurance. This service is self-pay.|
|BACB™ Candidate Supplemental Supervision||$85/hour||This service is for BACB™ trainees who seek supplemental supervision hours for either unrestricted or restricted fieldwork hours. This service is best designed for trainees who receive direct supervision through their employer and desire to enhance their understanding of ACT and/or Neurodiversity Affirming practices. Please note that supervision of restricted fieldwork hours (direct observation of a trainee working with a learner) requires a signed HIPAA release form both from the child’s caregiver and the employer.|
|BACB™ Candidate Full Supervision Package||$450/month for 6.5 hours||This service is designed to provide 5% of the maximum monthly fieldwork hours (130). Our Mentors may provide supervision for either restricted or unrestricted fieldwork hours. This package includes 4.5 hours of individual supervision and 2 hours of group supervision (candidates selecting this package attend Mindful Behavior’s monthly Neurodiversity Affirming Peer Group). Supervision covers all components of the 5th ed. Task List in order to meet BACB requirements. Please note restricted fieldwork hours (direct observation with a learner) requires a signed HIPAA release form both from the child’s caregiver and the employer.|
|Organizational Neurodiversity-Affirming Staff Training||Contact Us to receive a quote||This service is designed for organizations desiring to enhance their internal practices to be affirming and person centered for their learners. In this service, one of our Founders, Jenilee Stepp or Brian Middleton, will provide remote training to the organization’s clinical staff. This event may be designed for BCBAs and/or RBTs, so that the organization is ensuring their practice is offering current, ethical, values based services. This training may be part of the organization’s CEU Events for internal staff. We also provide ACT based organization training. Please contact us with your organization’s information, specific needs, and staff size in order to receive a quote. Contact Jenilee Stepp: [email protected]|
|OBM Neurodiversity-Affirming Consultation||Contact us to receive a direct quote||This service is designed for practice owners or administrators seeking support in ensuring their organization is neurodiversity-affirming for their learners and staff. We provide support in creating systems, procedures, internal documents (such as handbooks, clinical templates, processes and procedures, etc.), staff training, onboarding, etc. We also provide support in creating ACT based services organization wide. We support start-up business owners who are in the initial phases, as well as established organizations in restructuring their current internal systems. Please contact us directly with your org’s specific information to receive a quote. Contact [email protected]|