The behavioral assessment includes a minimum of two 1-hour visits focused on increasing awareness of the referred difficult behavior(s), discovering and celebrating talents, and making recommendations of environmental changes and behavioral support techniques. The behavioral assessment includes a detailed recommendation report and a comprehensive package of behavioral growth tools that the family can use for years to come. IBC’s behavioral assessments are individualized to address specific environmental and systemic concerns that may act as barriers to a child’s success and encourage self-esteem and student/teacher relationship building through talent identification and celebration techniques.
Behavioral coaching is a 1-hour visit focused on role-playing and practicing recommended behavioral support techniques as well as celebrating talents and supportive environmental changes. IBC’s behavioral coaching service utilizes powerful practice and role-play techniques focused on habitualizing positive coping behaviors.
General Education/Special Education Classroom Support and Program Development
IBC staff are trained to assess general classroom and special education program environments and make recommendations specifically designed to set children and teacher(s) up for success and growth. IBC staff are available to develop a comprehensive support plan designed to evaluate the following core elements:
Classroom set up
Daily program routines
Availability of physical and mental stimulation
Addressing student unmet needs
Addressing student skill deficiencies
Increasing student/teacher bonding
Building relationships with parents
Positive discipline strategies
Crisis management strategies
Building community supports
Childcare/School Behavioral Support Trainings
IBC’s trainings are designed to both train how to use proactive behavior management strategies and direct practice and role-play difficult behavior management and crisis de-escalation. A variety of 2-hour trainings are available that are designed to provide practical, easy-to-use, talent centered behavior management tools. IBC has been approved by the Arizona Office of Child Care Licensing as a provider for the 24-hour a year mandated daycare staff training. A detailed description of the trainings and workshops is provided below.
Phone and/or Online Service Delivery
Due to our current limited availability for in-person services (central AZ only), and the advancement of new web technologies, increased presence on the Web and the demand for alternative mental health delivery system, IBC offers behavioral assessment and coaching services via phone or online scheduling.
Our phone and/or online service delivery system allows our expert team of behavioral coach specialists to be available to everyone across the worldwide Web. Behavioral coaching phone calls can be scheduled at designated times and as well as online e-coaching at your convenience.
1-Hour Phone Behavioral Coaching Session
The initial behavioral coaching session typically requires a full hour to begin relationship development, clearly set the initial session and possible future session goals and to realize a path for positive growth for your child.
30-Minute Phone Behavioral Coaching Session
Behavioral coaching sessions can occur in as little as 30 minutes. Once we have established path for positive growth, you may experience the benefit and convenience of a short 30 minute coaching session. Why pay more when you can get what you need in less time
Parents and teachers have access to our behavioral coach specialists who are available online via e-mail for behavioral questions, recommendations, assessments and coaching. Online coaching consists of weekly homework assignments, behavioral goal setting and monitoring of progress toward growth.