Behavioral Health Services

Behavioral Health Program is a fundamental part of the school’s curriculum and integrates the services of our Mental Health Professionals, Behavior Analysts and Stanford Child Psychiatric Fellows.

Mental Health

Mental health professionals work onsite at each of our campuses with those students identified by their home school districts as having emotional disabilitiesTo address mental health issues that may interfere with the student’s classroom behavior and learning, they meet with their assigned students in individual and group therapy sessions as well as provide classroom support and parental support.  They work closely with the behavior analysts, child psychiatrists, classroom teachers and speech therapists to support each student’s IEP goals and education plan.
Behavioral Services

Serving our wide range of students with developmental disabilities as well as those with emotional disabilities, each AchieveKids campus has a behavioral analyst on site who works closely with teachers, other classroom staff, and mental health professionals where appropriate. Our approach of positive behavioral intervention helps students control challenging behaviors, learn new skills, and allows them to participate more fully in all areas of their lives.  Our Behavioral Health Program is compliant with the recent passage of AB86.