Service provider for children with ASD supporting families in San Diego County: in-home one-on-one ABA therapy, consultation, assessments, educational support, parent and professional training, social skills training and family support groups.
A leading provider of ABA services, AST’s programs are designed for infants to adults with developmental needs. They provide comprehensive training and support for families, schools and communities and work with regional centers, private insurance and Tricare.
Family support from a relationship-based team addressing each individual’s unique expressions in all things sensory, behavioral and communicative, while inspiring kids to want friendships and connection. Trains parents and professionals to implement Natural Play Therapy.
Bilingual staff provide ABA & Behavior Therapy services to individuals ages 2–21. Services include care coordination, collaboration with other providers, psychoeducation and parent training. We accept Medi-Cal, have a quick intake process and no waitlist.
Neuropsychological and educational assessment, educational consultation and treatment for children and adolescents.
Non-public RPM provider offers behavioral intervention plans and supervision to improve education, communication and quality of life. Provider is a parent of a child who communicates with RPM and is an AAC expert.
Community-based provider of ABA therapy services for individuals with Autism and other related disorders in home and community environments. Helps families develop an individualized therapy plan, web-based progress and results tracking, and assistance with insurance.
Psychotherapy and counseling for families and individuals with ASD, Anxiety and Bipolar Disorder/OCD as well as play and expressive therapies for families, parenting groups and San Diego Superior Court Programs. Fee for service
Provides assessment and ABA therapy for children and adults
Helps students achieve successful outcomes through psychological assessments, educational consultation and interventions for behavior management.
Helps identify, assess and treat adolescents and young adults who are experiencing changes in their thoughts, behavior or emotions that might be associated with developing serious and/or disabling mental problems.
Clinic of Dr. Suzanne Goh, a board-certified pediatric neurologist and author with expertise in the diagnostic testing, evaluation and biomedical and behavioral treatment of children with Autism and other neurological conditions that impact brain development, cognition, and behavior.
Comprehensive team works with children and their families to improve adult-child relationships at school and at home, using The Incredible Years evidence-based model to prevent behavioral problems and serious mental illness.
Provides ABA, individual, couples and group therapy, art therapy, school-based consultation and educational testing. Licensed SDRC vendor of RDI (Relationship Development Intervention). Variety of insurance accepted.
Provides comprehensive psychological and neuropsychological assessment, early intervention, ABA therapy, parent education, social skills, and individual/family therapy for those impacted by ASD and other neurodevelopmental disorders Treatment offered in school, in-home and clinic-based programs.
Family-centered, community-based program offers assessment and intervention, individual and family counseling, case management, caregiver/parent coaching, and access to psychiatric support and medication utilizing a strengths-based team approach to create sustainable stability.
Therapeutic services using a unique approach based on symptoms and the whole child, versus a diagnosis or label. Offers speech, occupational, physical therapies, social skills groups and child psychology. SDRC or fee for service.
Provides cognitive-behavioral and social communication/interaction skill training for all with ASD, ADHD, LD, DD and/or anxiety, depression, behavior problems, social challenges or executive functioning problems.
Clinical team serves ages 10–25 and their families who are at risk for mental illness and experiencing symptoms. Provides confidential assessments, individualized treatments for participants and families and community awareness campaigns to ensure early detection.
More than 15 years experience in social skills training, writing goals for children with Autism/ASD and providing support for parents. Provides consultation and training to school districts and programs serving children with Autism.
Provides in-home skilled nursing, respite care and ABA services. Vendored through the SDRC and takes a variety of insurances, including Medi-Cal and TriCare. TriCare patients who already receive nursing care are also eligible for in-home OT, PT and speech/language services.
Offers support and information for family members, consumers and people affected by mental illness.
Strives to enhance the lives of children diagnosed with Autism and other developmental disabilities and their families through assessment, ABA, school intervention, parent education, social skills groups and adult services.
Comprehensive and collaborative psychological and psychoeducational assessment, diagnostics, placement recommendations and therapy for ages 5 and up for ADHD, Autism, Learning Disorders, behavioral concerns, memory, processing, Dyslexia and more. Forensic evaluations available.
Outpatient services including Behavioral Health Urgent Care, clinic- and school-based services and inpatient services including Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Services (CAPS) and the Eating Disorders/Medical Behavioral Unit.
Programs and services that support the prevention, identification and treatment of abused and traumatized children as well as women impacted by domestic violence.
Serves children and families struggling with mental, emotional or behavioral health challenges. Offers family and youth assessments, outpatient therapy and psychiatry, Autism services, an intensive outpatient program for ages 13–18, and summer camps.
Offers treatment, rehab and recovery services to people who experience persistent and severe mental illness or crisis. San Diego County Psychiatric Hospital.
Emergency Psychiatric for Adults 619-692-8222
Emergency Screening for Children and Adolescents 619-421-6900
Licensed/certified staff provide evaluations and OT, ABA and speech therapies for infants through seniors, as well as AAC supports for those who are nonspeaking. Affordable communication-related wellness programs for normally developing babies through school-age children also available.
Pete McClintock M.A., LMFT Provides individual and group therapy for all ages and families. Specializes in ADD, depression, anxiety, anger management, and parenting, including anger management groups for children and teens.
Team of specialists offering assistive technology, speech pathology, occupational, physical and music therapy, mental health and behavioral services, and educational resources to create an individualized program to support children with varying needs.
Board-certified behavioral analysts design positive interventions for those who have not benefited from conventional approaches to solving behavioral challenges. Specializes in Autism and severe behavior problems; provides in-home, insurance-funded ABA services.
Offers assessment, treatment and support for individuals with ASD and other disabilities in the form of art therapy, speech/language pathology, occupational therapy, educational supports, behavioral modification, RDI and yoga. Features the Sage Learning Center, a learning environment based on RDI principles. Summer camps and programs available.
Collaboration between YMCA Youth & Family Services and SDUSD to provide free individual, family and group counseling, case management, parent education, and teacher support to students ages 5–21 with Medi-Cal who attend schools in central San Diego. Available on a sliding scale for others.
Team of psychiatrists and therapists tackle mood disorders, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, sexual and gender identity issues, and treatment for trauma related to abuse, neglect or divorce. Accepts Medi-Cal, Covered California and uninsured patients with payments on a sliding scale.