Rapport and Relationship building
Join Dee Hiatt, Keystone’s Chief Clinical Officer, for some tools and tricks for building relationships and rapport with students. Useful information for anyone associated with the special needs population!
Learning Keystone’s clinical philosophy is one that acknowledges the validity of the criticism as we seek to evolve Applied Behavior Analysis through a mindset that sees people rather than a diagnosis or behavior. We categorically reject demand and control styles of ABA because it damages the individual, is unethical, and will not be part of our practice. We reject any ABA practice in which the goal is assimilation rather adaptation, control rather than choice, or compliance rather than cooperation.
Keystone Achievements is a Colorado Springs based organization providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and trauma informed care in center, home, and community settings. Since our inception in late 2017 we have relentlessly focused on providing phenomenal behavior support and training resources for those in our community. Learning Keystones was born out of that drive.