Trumpet Behavioral Health Phoenix, Arizona
Trumpet Behavioral Health Phoenix Autism Center
801 E. Camelback Rd.
Phoenix, AZ, 85014
Phone: (602) 535-8341
- Now accepting new clients
- No wait lists!
- We are in-network with most insurance providers
About Our Services and Clinicians
We provide Applied Behavior Analysis treatment services (ABA) consisting of curricular and behavioral assessment, consulting, 1:1 individualized treatment, functional behavioral assessment, behavior intervention plans, social skills groups, as well as education and training for parents, educators, and healthcare professionals. Our highly skilled, passionate team members consist of Bachelor’s level therapists and Board Certified Behavior Analysts at the Master’s and Doctorate level. Our team members work hard to provide the best possible outcomes for our consumers using evidence based practices.
We accept the following major health insurance plans for ABA-treatment:
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield (BCBS)
- Humana LifeSync
- United Behavioral Health (UBH)
We have staff to assist you with insurance questions. >> Contact an Insurance Specialist
Our Treatment Services
Autism Center-Based Programs
Trumpet Behavioral Health’s Phoenix Autism Center offers an on-site 1:1 learning program for children ranging in age from 18 months to 5 years old with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental delays. The children attend the center between the hrs of 8:30 and 3:00 M-F. The program also shares the space with a preschool, offering the unique opportunity for children to integrate with their 1:1 therapist into a classroom with typical peers each day.
- Initial educational and functional behavior assessments
- 1:1 intensive ABA-based treatment focusing on skill acquisition and problem behavior reduction
- Functional communication and social skills
- Integration with typical peers each day
- Practice transitioning and independence, early group learning skills
- Potty training
- Individual goals created and targeted for each child based on their assessment
- Consultation each week by a BCBA
- Maximum of 10 students
- Full and half day hours
In-home Intensive Behavior Intervention Services (up to Age 22)
- In-home therapy service for children with developmental delays and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Therapy services are designed for each child involving Applied Behavior Analysis.
- Typical programs consist of 10-20 hours per week of therapy
- Parent involvement and participation during all phases of the therapy program
- Focus on skill acquisition and behavior management
- A combination of incidental teaching, social skill instruction, and structured teaching methods
Autism Services for Military Families
TBH is approved to provide ABA services through Tricare under the ECHO and Autism Demonstration Project.
- Verbal Behavior Assessment and Placement Program
- Functional Behavior Assessment
- Program Monitoring and Evaluation
- Functional Communication
- Social and Play Skills
- Behavior Management
- Parent Training
- Pre-academic/Academic and School Readiness
- Speech and Language Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Behavior Consultation with school districts and families
- Assistance accessing insurance funding for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Presentations and trainings
- Social skills groups
Additional Services offered throughout the year
- Summer Camps & Programs
Navigator Program: Guidance and Training for Parents of Children Newly Diagnosed with Autism
Summer Camp for Children with Autism (Siblings Welcome!)
Summer Intensive Behavioral Therapy: designed to reduce/eliminate behavior effecting your child’s potential for success at home/school
Toilet Training Clinic: An Intensive Parent-Child Approach
Director of Clinical Operations
Dr. Paige Raetz is an Arizona Licensed, Board Certified Behavior Analyst and is the Clinical Director for the Arizona Region with Trumpet Behavioral Health. Dr. Raetz received her Ph.D. in 2011 from Western Michigan University. Dr. Raetz provides families with a range of serves from psychological assessment and treatment services, school consultation, and parent training. Dr. Raetz also provides consultation and supervision to paraprofessionals as well as master’s level clinicians.
Her current research and clinical interests include applied behavior analysis, the behavioral treatment of autism and developmental disabilities, behavioral gerontology, and verbal behavior. Dr. Raetz has published articles and book chapters in the area of preference assessment and behavioral gerontology. Dr. Raetz has presented at numerous local and national conventions and has served as a guest reviewer for the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and The Analysis of Verbal Behavior. She is a member of Association of Behavior Analysts –International (ABAI), The Arizona chapter (AZABA), and the Association for Professional Behavior Analyst.
Sara is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who began working with children with autism in in-home and school-based programs using Applied Behavior Analysis in 2000 upon receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Westmont College (Santa Barbara, CA). She was introduced to programming incorporating B.F. Skinner’s analysis of verbal behavior and was certified as a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst in 2003.
In 2008, she received her Master of Social Work from Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ) concentrating on families grief, stress, and coping responses when an autism diagnosis is received. Sara took required coursework through Northern Arizona University and Florida Institute of Technology and became a BCBA in 2010. She comes to Trumpet Behavioral Health with a variety of experiences ranging from the implementation of ABA teaching techniques and assessments, working with families, and directing the daily operations of a local agency providing state services to children with developmental disabilities. She is passionate about programming for meaningful results that will lead to improvement in quality of life for families and their children.