Autism Therapy Services in Utah

Evidence-Based - Quality Outcomes - Personable

At our practice, we provide Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services with a naturalistic and experiential approach that sets us apart from other providers. We are deeply committed to delivering compassionate, individualized care, and our joy in serving these individuals shines through in every interaction. We believe that no two children are alike, and our services reflect that by tailoring treatment to meet each child’s specific needs rather than fitting them into a predetermined mold.

Our Services For Autism People

Individual Therapy

Our experienced therapists utilize a variety of treatment modalities to address the unique mental health barriers that individuals with autism may face, helping them to achieve their personal goals.

Group Therapy

Our group therapy sessions provide a supportive environment for individuals with autism, facilitating valuable insights and deeper exploration into issues that impact daily functioning.

Family Counseling

We provide guidance and training to families of autistic children, reinforcing the idea that support at home is crucial for progress.

Educational Support

We understand the unique learning needs of individuals with autism. Our educational support services are designed to help them succeed academically.

Life Skills Training

Our life skills training focuses on practical skills essential for daily life. This experiential functional skills training is designed specifically for teens and adults with autism.

Occupational Therapy

We offer Occupational Therapy for children, youth, and young adults with autism and related conditions. This therapy focuses on developing skills needed for everyday living and independence.

Parent training

Our Parent Training program, based on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), equips parents with the tools they need to help their child with autism improve their social, communication, and behavioral skills.

Telehealth ABA Treatment Services

We serve all surrounding areas of Utah in home services community or telehealth. With our telehealth services, we bring therapy to you, no matter where you are. Experience real-time, interactive sessions that mirror the quality and personal touch of in-home therapy.

Teen comforting friend, sad girl talking about her problems

Providing ABA Therapy to Children in Utah

Each of our locations offers a full range of services and has a dedicated team of experienced therapists.

St George

348 E 600 S St George UT 84770

Cedar City

1789 N Wedgewood Ln Cedar City UT. 84721


Coming Soon - Richfield

Spanish Fork

Spanish Fork

Our Autism Therapists in Utah

Crimson Autism Therapists are licensed professionals with Masters or Doctorate degrees. They include psychologists, family therapists, social workers, and professional counselors. All have at least 2 years and 1,000 hours of hands-on experience, and have been certified by their state’s professional board.

Anthony (Tony) Maiocco is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with over a decade of experience. His work has involved designing, implementing, and teaching principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) to employees, parents, and individuals with mental and developmental disorders. He has applied his expertise in a variety of settings, including residential facilities, clinics, communities, schools, and family homes. Tony has worked with a wide age range, from as young as two years old to individuals over 80 years old. His experience covers a broad spectrum of diagnoses, including chemical dependencies, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Depression, ADHD, ADD, OCD, Autism, Fragile X, Intellectual disabilities, RAD, Cerebral Palsy, PICA, Down Syndrome, Prader Willi, Mood/Conduct Disorder, PANDAS, dyslexia, and more. Tony holds a firm belief that if a person is physically capable of performing an action, with established motivation and consistency, any behavior can be taught.

Anthony Maiocco - BCBA, LBA

Clinical Director – ABA 

Dallas graduated from the University of Utah, receiving his Master’s Degree in Social Work. Dallas has almost a decade of experience working with a wide variety of demographics, including individuals with Autism, anxiety, depression, trauma, and more. Dallas is trained in an evidence based treatment modality, EMDR. Dallas believes in getting outside, being active, and using experimental activities as a learning tool for treatment and success.

Dallas Garner - LCSW

Clinical Director – Mental Health

Elysia graduated from San Diego State University with a Master’s degree in Social Work and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Utah. Elysia is fully trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). She has experience in treating individuals with PTSD, depression, anxiety, ADHD, addiction, grief and loss, and Reactive Attachment DIsorder (RAD). Elysia is passionate about helping her clients heal from trauma and addressing underlying issues to client’s presenting problems.

Elysia Young - LCSW

Area Clinical Supervisor -St George, UT

Abby graduated with her Master’s degree in Social Work from Boise State University. She serves clients with a wide range of diagnoses, utilizing a variety of modalities and regularly incorporating experiential outdoor sessions to her work. Abby is passionate about working with families and individuals impacted by autism. She has worked in a variety of settings, across a span of ages ranging from early intervention, high school special education, through continued adulthood. When not in the therapy office, Abby spends lots of time with her husband, 2 children and her handful of dogs outside soaking up the sunshine. You can usually catch her strolling through any farmers market or out looking for foodtrucks to try.


Mental Health Therapist – St. George, UT

Education: Graduate- Hawaii Pacific University with a Masters in Mental Health Counseling and Florida Institute of Technology for my ABA course work. I’ve been working with children and their families for over 15 years, in Hawaii and across the nation. I feel very strongly about using compassionate ABA to help make meaningful change for individuals with disabilities and in using progressive behavioral interventions to teach meaningful life skills to help clients reach their fullest potential. I have worked in all areas of behavioral therapy for clients and with all ages and abilities, from early intervention to social and executive functioning skills with teens. I believe considering the whole person in approaching a therapeutic treatment plan, with input from collaborative mental and behavioral health professionals allows for the most comprehensive approach to therapy.


Behavior Analyst – St. George, UT

Wendy, with over 20 years in the behavioral analysis field, is pursuing a PhD in Applied Behavior Analysis. She is an expert in handling moderate to severe problem behaviors and is a member of the Crimson Counseling team. Brett, a graduate in Psychology and Social Work, has experience dealing with various mental health issues. She is trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and is dedicated to helping others improve their lives.


Area Clinical Supervisor -St George, UT

Heidi has worked with individuals on the autism spectrum for over 20 years. She graduated from ASU with a Master's Degree in Education Curriculum and Instruction in August of 2017 and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst the following February. She specializes in working with high support needs clients on the autism spectrum. Heidi believes in a positive approach, using techniques that promote confidence, independence and self-esteem. She is passionate about her work and values parent input in creating treatment plans that improve quality of life for the families she works with.


Area Clinical Supervisor – Cedar City, UT

Jessica Toro received her Bachelors degree in psychology from southern utah university in 2012. She later received her masters degree in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in applied behavior analysis from arizona state university in 2019. Jessica has had a life goal of finding a profession that allows her to help those who may not be able to help themselves. Jessica has worked with individuals on the autism spectrum for 9 years and became a board certified behavior analyst in October of 2020. Jessica is a passionate about learning and teaching skill to individuals so they can be truly successful in life, and loves seeing the positive changes that applied behavior analysis can bring into the lives of those she works with.


Behavior Analyst – Cedar City, UT

Welcome! I'm Ashley, Board Certified Behavior Analyst fulfilling a remote position with Crimson Heights. My ABA Applied Behavior Analysis journey began 8 years ago as an interventionist providing direct services. Since entering the clinical ranks in 2019, I've found a deep sense of purpose working with those with social-emotional disorders and trauma. My main focus as a BCBA is to program to teach others the skills they need to depend on themselves, take care of themselves, and interact with the world and others meaningfully.


Behavior Analyst – SO. Utah and Colorado


Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a scientifically-based therapy focused on understanding and improving behaviors. It helps us understand how behavior works, how it’s influenced by the environment, and how learning occurs. ABA uses this knowledge to create meaningful, positive changes in behavior.

Enhancing Communication: Increases language and communication skills.

Building Social Skills: Improves attention, focus, social skills, and academic performance.

Reducing Problem Behaviors: Decreases behaviors that are harmful or hinder learning.

ABA therapy has been effectively used for decades to help children with autism and other developmental disorders develop essential skills.

ABA services may be covered by private health insurance and Medicaid, depending on your specific plan and state regulations.

Each ABA program is tailored to the individual’s needs, with specific goals set and regularly reviewed by a BCBA. Programs cover a range of skill areas and involve both planned and natural learning opportunities.

Crimson Heights

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