Intensive Behavioral Health Services – Individual and Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)

Kelley Sprague Brittani Ptasinski Jessica Ameen
Wraparound Facilitator BCBA BC-ABA


The IBHS Individual and ABA Programs service children and adolescents in Luzerne and Wyoming Counties. IBHS services offer 1 on 1 support in the home, school, and community.

The following services are provided to the clients identified throughout the interagency wraparound process:

  • IBHS Individual Program: Behavior Consultant, Mobile Therapy, and Behavioral Health Technician.
  • IBHS ABA Program: Behavior Analyst, Behavior Consultant-ABA, and Behavioral Health Technician-ABA.


Referrals for the IBHS Program are accepted through a variety of sources such as:

  • Schools
  • Community Agencies
  • Families
  • Managed Care Organizations

These services are funded through Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Medical Assistance programs. Families are required to obtain an active Medical Assistance card.
For more information regarding the IBHS Program, please contact Kelley Sprague at (570) 718-4641.

Client Rights

You have the right to:

  • Considerate, respectful treatment in a safe and caring environment.
  • Nondiscriminatory treatment regardless of sex, race, religion, creed, color, national origin or disability.
  • Treatment in a program located in or close to your home school.
  • Active participation in your own service/treatment plan.
  • Full information about the service/treatment goals, expected benefits, risks and alternatives.
  • Ask questions concerning program components at any time.
  • Expect confidentiality of any treatment information. This will be fully explained by the program staff.

Support Services

  • Wraparound Service
  • Social Skills Training
  • Family Sessions
  • Interagency Planning
  • Psychological Services
  • Psychiatric Services

Client / Family Responsibilities

Client/Family will:

  • help develop treatment goals and participate actively in any treatment program.
  • work toward goals in cooperation with the staff.
  • be a part of the decision-making process.
  • be as honest as possible in dealing with the staff.
  • attend your school/treatment program on a regular basis and to arrive on time.
  • maintain confidentiality about others.
  • respect the rights and property of others.