Transforming Lives & Building Independence
with Evidence-Based Therapeutic Support
Welcome to Progressive Option Support Services!
Progressive Option Support Services is a multi-specialty group of therapists dedicated to providing a wide variety of therapeutic and behavioral services to adults, children, and families experiencing emotional and behavioral health challenges. We strive to provide the best services with the highest regard to quality, safety, and satisfaction.
At POSS, we offer individual psychotherapy for adults seeking to address a wide array of issues. Our therapists help clients to effectively navigate their life space by addressing problems in response to stress, difficult life transitions, relationship issues, and emotional and behavioral difficulties.
Autism & ABA
POSS provides high quality Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with a diagnosis of Autism, from infant to 21. Services are provided in the child’s home or at school either in person or virtually. Assessment, reassessment, supervision, and parent training are done by our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs).
University & Student
POSS brings together a network of licensed mental health psychotherapists that support colleges and their counseling centers in meeting the mental health needs of their students. Our psychotherapists have diverse backgrounds and mental health specialties, allowing students to connect with a therapist that best meets their specific therapeutic needs.
Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy
POSS provides comprehensive psychotherapy services for children of all ages. Our child therapists have specialized training in child clinical therapeutic approaches, which guide the appropriate assessment and treatment of our children and their families.
The PHQ-9 (Robert J. Spitzer, Dr. Janet B.W. Williams, Dr. Kurt Kroenke, and colleagues from Columbia University, 1999) is a brief the nine item self-administered depression scale. It can be useful in the identification of problem symptoms associated with depression.
The Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers, Revised with Follow-Up (M-CHAT-R/F; Robins, Fein, & Barton, 2009) is a screener that will ask a series of 20 questions about your child’s behavior. It is intended for toddlers between 16 and 30 months of age. The results inform you if further evaluation may be needed. You can use the results of the screener to follow up with any concerns that you may have with your child’s healthcare provider.