Building Skills for a Brighter Future
ABA Therapy and Services
We fundamentally believe that every person, regardless of ability or disability, can learn new skills. We know that behavior change can be hard, but we also know how to make learning new skills dignified, meaningful, and most importantly, fun!
We work hand in hand with you to influence change for the whole family's well being. We create customized goals that fit the needs of your child and family and are committed to taking a team approach to meet those goals.
We use evidence based practices that are supported by current research. We are trained in a variety of behavior analytic approaches that have been proven effective in teaching new skills and reducing challenging behavior.
What Makes Beyond Behavior Different?
Beyond Behavior believes that quality, evidence-based behavior therapy should be accessible to every child and family, regardless of ability, disability, or diagnosis. We understand that when children and young adults learn the skills they need to live happier, more fulfilled lives, the entire family thrives. No two families are the same, so we individualize our approach to meet your unique needs. Click below to learn more about how we are redefining ABA therapy and how we can help your family.
Meet Your Provider
Elizabeth Royston has been in the field of special education for over ten years in New York City and Fort Mill, SC. Elizabeth attended Fordham University in the Bronx, NY and obtained her M.S. Ed. from Pace University in Manhattan, NY. She went on to graduate from Arizona State University with her M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction (Applied Behavior Analysis). She became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2017.
Elizabeth's journey has allowed her the privilege of working with clients ages 3 to 21 with a variety of abilities and disabilities. She is particularly passionate about working with children and young adults with autism, intellectual disabilities, and emotional disabilities. Elizabeth also recognizes and appreciates the critical role that families play in ABA therapy. She believes in creating collaborative goals and providing wrap around support in the form of modeling, direct coaching and consultation, and training to parents and caregivers to best include and support the entire family.
In Home ABA Therapy
"A failure is not always a mistake. It may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying."
- B. F. Skinner