The Center for Applied Behavior Analysis (CABA) strives to provide the most efficient and effective ABA-based services to individuals of all ages across a range of settings.
"At CABA, our focus is not on the number of hours of ABA we provide, but rather on providing services to ensure 24/7 behavior change."
- Dr. Rachel Taylor
Dr. Rachel Taylor
Rachel Taylor, PhD, BCBA-D, CABA's Founder, has supported individuals diagnosed with neurodevelopmental disorders for more than 20 years. Dr. Taylor (formerly Dr. Tarbox) is an Advisor to the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies and serves on the Board of Directors for the California Association for Behavior Analysis (CalABA) as the 2020 Conference Chair. She has published numerous peer reviewed articles and her research is also featured in the seminal textbook Applied Behavior Analysis, by Cooper, Heron and Heward.
The Center for ABA (CABA) delivers personalized applied behavior analysis (ABA) treatment to individuals of all ages with neurodevelopmental diagnoses in home, school, center, community day and community living settings. We rely on the science of behavior analysis and evidence-based practices to produce socially significant changes in behavior that improve the quality of life for the clients, caregivers, and communities that we serve.