COOPER CITY, FL, April 17, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Shaping Change is a behavioral health clinic located in Cooper City, Florida. Founded as a one-person endeavor in 2012, this clinic provides a combination of behavioral services in one single place.
The clinic's services include but are not limited to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, family sessions, hypnotherapy, social skills, consulting, training, and tutoring. Janessa Dominguez, M.S., BCBA, is the owner, president, and clinical director. She says that reaching the first year in business "has been very hard but encouraging because it's been very productive and personally rewarding". Jackie Dominguez, office manager, says "we have been wearing and juggling multiple hats to make this work and, at the same time, making it simple and transparent to our clients".
Families having individuals with special needs (such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Asperger, etc.) should contact our clinic at 954-589-1038 between 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM, visit our website http://www.Shaping-Change.com or email us at information@Shaping-Change.com. The initial consultation is completely free of charge.
Shaping Change has been providing services to an increasing number of special needs individuals in our community for over a year now and it is our goal to continue to grow in 2014 and add more services to our offering while keeping our high quality of care so that families only have to come to one clinic for all of their special needs, thus consolidating our established brand.
Located in Cooper City, Florida, Shaping Change offers specialized services for individuals with special needs including but not limited to Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, etc.
At Shaping Change, we believe two essential components for effective programming are:
1.Taking a holistic approach to what we do, with the belief that involving every person who is a part of the individual's service team will facilitate a more complete and effective program
2.Taking an individual-first approach, where we look past the diagnosis and see the individual for who he or she is
It is our mission to assist an individual in achieving their highest potential through collaboration with the family and all others involved in providing services. Our goal is to educate and advocate for families to give them the tools and strategies needed to navigate the ups and downs they may face. We acknowledge and commend families for the challenges they have tackled and those they may encounter. We want to highlight the strengths of the individuals we work with, as well as helping them with tasks they are struggling with.
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