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Caring for the Growing Needs of Our Community

our philosophy

IEBI has an enormous responsibility with its clients, their families, the behavioral science, the profession, and our society.

IEBI considers that our clients deserve the best behavior analytic technology available to promote their autonomy, self-respect, and integration in society, and that parents and families deserve effective teaching to promote gains. Parents and families are fundamental for the success of our clients.

Our most important values are respect for our clients and ethical responsibility. Within this framework, IEBI strives to implement the most effective assessments and interventions for each individual, maintain a positive and enjoyable learning context during therapy, establish an environment that allows the individual to achieve his/her full potential, and generate autonomy.

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mission statement

The mission of IEBI is to provide state of the art behavior analytic assessment and intervention (including its design, implementation, and evaluation) to children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities, in order to generate skills in developmental domains with delays (e.g., cognitive, behavioral, social, communicative), produce a socially significant improvement, develop alternative behaviors to challenging behaviors, and establish the contingencies that maintain and help to generalize the behavioral repertoire required to appropriately and independently interact across different settings.

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UNR University of Nevada Reno-IEBI Cohort

UNR Satellite Program at IEBI- Master’s in Behavior Analysis

IEBI is proud to be the host of the University of Nevada, Reno Satellite Program, Masters in Behavior Analysis.  The co-founders of IEBI, Dr. L. Fernando Guerrero, PH.D., BCBA-D and Dr. Luisa F. Cañon G., Psy. D., BCBA-D, are both alumni of the University of Nevada, Reno. There is a total of 10 students in our cohort who will be graduating in the Summer of 2019. IEBI provides practicum supervision for each student in coordination with UNR.

The Behavior Analysis Program at UNR was founded by Dr. Linda Hayes and Dr. Steve Hayes. The program is accredited by the Behavior Analysis Accreditation Board of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, and the curricula are pre-approved by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board

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