ABA & Beyond

Group Sessions

Group Sessions

At ABA & beyond LLC, we offer group ABA behavior therapy sessions to individuals who benefit from a social learning environment. Our group sessions provide a supportive and interactive setting for children with autism and other individuals who need behavioral therapy.


Our group sessions are evidence-based and designed to teach a range of skills, including social interaction, communication, and problem-solving. We use a variety of techniques, including role-playing, modeling, and positive reinforcement to help our clients make progress towards their goals.


Our ABA therapists work closely with families to identify specific goals and develop a treatment plan that addresses the needs of each individual in the group. We also provide ongoing support and guidance to ensure that progress is being made and that the plan is being modified as needed to achieve the best possible outcomes.


We believe that our group sessions can be an effective way for individuals to learn and practice new skills in a supportive and interactive environment. Group sessions can also help children with autism improve their social skills and build relationships with peers.

Group Sessions vs. Social Groups; what is the difference?

Group Sessions:

Group sessions at ABA Beyond LLC involve bringing together a small group of individuals who share similar therapy goals or behavioral needs. These sessions are led by qualified therapists or behavior analysts and are designed to provide targeted interventions and skill-building activities in a group setting. Here are some key aspects of group sessions:
  • Targeted goals: Group sessions focus on addressing specific therapy goals, such as social skills development, communication improvement, or behavior management that are relevant to the participants in the group.
  • Structured activities: During group sessions, structured activities are planned and implemented to promote learning and practice of targeted skills. These activities may include games, role-playing, cooperative tasks, and group discussions.
  • Peer interaction: Group sessions offer opportunities for individuals to interact and engage with peers who may have similar challenges or goals. Peer interactions provide a supportive and natural environment for practicing social skills, turn-taking, sharing, and collaboration.
  • Generalization of skills: Group sessions aim to facilitate the generalization of learned skills from individual therapy sessions to real-world situations. By practicing skills within a group setting, individuals can develop the ability to apply those skills in various social contexts.

Social Groups:

Social groups at ABA Beyond LLC are specifically designed to provide individuals with opportunities to engage in structured and facilitated social interactions with peers. These groups are intended to support the development and improvement of social skills in a supportive and inclusive environment. Here are some key aspects of social groups:
  • Social skill development: Social groups focus primarily on the development and enhancement of social skills, such as initiating and maintaining conversations, sharing interests, interpreting non-verbal cues, and problem-solving within social contexts.
  • Theme-based activities: Social groups incorporate theme-based activities and games that encourage social interactions, cooperation, and teamwork. These activities may include group projects, recreational activities, community outings, or role-playing scenarios.
  • Peer support and feedback: In social groups, individuals have the opportunity to receive feedback, encouragement, and support from their peers. Through positive reinforcement and constructive guidance, individuals can develop their social competencies in a safe and understanding environment.
  • Community integration: Social groups may also involve community integration activities, where participants engage in outings or interactions with individuals outside of the group. These experiences help individuals generalize their social skills to various real-world settings and build confidence in social interactions beyond the therapy environment.
In conclusion, our group sessions provide targeted interventions and skill-building activities in a group setting, while social groups specifically focus on the development and enhancement of social skill through structured interactions and peer support. Both approaches offer unique benefits and opportunities for individuals to grow, learn, and thrive in social contexts.