*We accept clients via private pay, NC Medicaid (Standard & Tailored Plans) including: AmeriHealth Caritas, Healthy Blue, WellCare, & Carolina Complete Health and the following major insurance carriers: Blue Cross & Blue Shield & Aetna.

The primary mission of TBCG is to address the needs of ASD and PDD sufferers in their homes and communities (this includes the school setting) since this is where they spend the vast majority of their time. This work happens, first via culturally competent, comprehensive assessment, secondly via Caregiver Training & Support and Educator Training, administered by certified/licensed clinicians with specific expertise in ASD, behavior modification, and positive discipline techniques. Further, we espouse a tertiary emphasis on direct intervention with children and young adults administered by highly trained technicians, paraprofessionals.  Finally, we will provide a continuum of care based on the “systems model” which will include assessment, case management, mental health therapy, psychoeducational supports, socio-emotional learning, community/peer support, habilitation, and advocacy. The aforementioned are not listed as such to reflect a ranked ordering, but rather to conceptualize the chronological order our clinicians and providers believe is necessary to provide the most benefit to our clients.


ACT has been used effectively to help treat workplace stress, test anxiety, social anxiety disorder, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and psychosis. It has also been used to help treat medical conditions such as chronic pain, substance abuse, and diabetes.


ABA, also called behavioral engineering, is a scientific technique concerned with applying empirical approaches based upon the principles of respondent and operant conditioning to change behavior of social significance


BST is one of the primary eligibility requirements for certification as a Behavior Analyst or a Behavior Technician. This includes the completion of a defined educational requirements and practical experience in applied behavior analysis. The QABA has a tiered structure of certified providers with supervision and education requirements that differ at each level. TBCG proudly provides remote supervision, training, and continuing education credits for candidates, and certificants of the ABAT, QASP-S, and QBA credentials. For more information about supervision and training, schedule an intake appointment. For more information about QABA, visit


CBI is based on the belief that behavior is mediated by cognitive processes. Learners are taught to examine their own thoughts and emotions, recognize when negative thoughts and emotions are escalating in intensity, and then use strategies to change their thinking and behavior.


EF is the set of self-management and organization skills that help people achieve goals. In order to effectively meet the challenges of school, work, and life, learners must be able to manage their emotions, focus their attention, organize and their work and effectively use their time.  They must also have the mental and emotional dexterity to reflect upon and revise their tactics as contexts and situations change. Our goal is to help learners become more effective by teaching  skills that can be generalized across a variety of settings and circumstances. Our coaches use the ABA skill acquisition models and behavior modification strategies in conjunction with real life situations from school or work as vehicles to build these Executive Function skills.


FBA is an approach to figuring out why a student acts a certain way. It uses different methods to understand what’s behind behavior challenges. The basic idea is that a student’s behavior serves a purpose.


NCA Neurocognitive assessment is a noninvasive method for measuring brain function. It evaluates specific cognitive abilities, including memory, fine motor control, and recognition, among others. Various abilities are linked to different areas in the brain. For instance, organization skills are linked to the frontal lobes, while memory skills are concentrated in the temporal lobes.


PD is learning to earn or maintain professional credentials such as academic degrees to formal coursework, attending conferences, and informal learning opportunities situated in practice. It has been described as intensive and collaborative, ideally incorporating an evaluative stage. TBCG also offers course modules and continuing education credits for behavior technicians and and analysts as a partner and provider with QABA (Qualified Applied Behavior Analysis Credentialing Board (QABA®)

  • Positive Behavior Support
  • Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
  • Equity & Anti-Discrimination Training
    • Section 504
    • ADA
    • IDEA
    • Title IX
    • Universal Designs for Learning

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