Applied Behavioral Analysis Services (ABA Therapy)

What is ABA therapy?

ABA stands for Applied Behavior Analysis which is a form of therapy that plays a crucial role in the treatment of children on the autism spectrum. It is widely recognized as a successful tool to address the challenging behaviors related to autism. ABA therapy sessions can help your child develop communication, social, self-help and academic skills while reducing behavioral problems. ABA therapists collaborate with families, educators and other professionals to create a support system and holistic plan for your child.

Jessica Sosnowski

Jessica Sosnowski

Ed. S., BCBA- Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

Jessica Sosnowski, Ed. S., BCBA, is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and School Psychologist specializing in early learning and school-aged children. With over 10+ years of experience in various treatment settings, she is passionate about providing quality services and early intervention for children. Jessica has dedicated her professional career to helping families navigate the challenges of mental health, learning difficulties and adjusting behaviors at school and home. She specializes in conducting patient evaluations, treating children with autism, empowering parents in special education matters and helping parents navigate their child’s diagnosis through coaching. Creating a fun and rewarding learning environment is one of her top priorities along with building trust between her patients and their families.


About New Age Behavior Consultants

New Age Behavior Consultants are one of the Jersey Shore’s leading Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) providers. Our team excels at caring for you and your child on a personal level. With our team, you are never just a number. Our dedicated therapists work tirelessly to support your child with comprehensive treatment plans. We collaborate with your child’s professional team of doctors and other therapists to maximize results. We believe in fostering open, honest and ongoing communication with you to ensure you and your child feel heard and supported while going through your autistic therapy journey.

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