Maximizing your Child’s Success, One Step at a Time
- In-Home ABA Therapy
- Parent Support/Parent Training
- Early Intervention Programs
- Family Support Groups
- Social Skills Groups
- PCM Training
- Mental Health Counseling
Florida Family Support provides personalized ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) services for children (18 months and up) with Autism, ADHD, Prader Willi Syndrome and other developmental disabilities and their families in the Palm Beach and North Broward county. Founder Natalia Perez LMHC BCBA and her team of experienced and skilled therapists demonstrate their incredible passion and understanding with each and every family they work with.
Recognizing the importance of the child’s support system and family as a key to the success of behavioral therapy, Florida Family Support uses a multidisciplinary approach by integrating one-on-one therapy with not only the child, but also the family. Training and support groups” are provided for caregivers, siblings, and family members to assist them in handling the difficult times and pressures that may emerge. Most individual counseling sessions take place in the patient’s home and/or personal community where the reality of life exists.
Florida Family Support is committed to creating a supportive community focused on training, sharing experiences, building confidence, and strengthening the family relationship.
Natalia Herrera -Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Board Certified Behavior Analyst, is the founder of Florida Family Support, a therapy practice dedicated to children and teenagers with Autism and other disabilities and their families. Natalia founded Florida Family Support in 2015 after years of experience working with children with different profiles, and realizing that the family is the most integral piece of the support system. Her practice focuses on providing the needed behavioral therapy as well as family support and counseling to ensure they are prepared to handle the stressors and issues that will present. Natalia meets individually with her therapy clients and leads multi-family support groups.
Natalia has worked in the field of mental health counseling for a decade. She received her MS in Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University after moving to the United States from Colombia, where she studied psychology. In addition she is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and she is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Natalia speaks both English and Spanish fluently. She lives with her family in Palm Beach County, Florida.
Morgan Rojas has a Master’s of Science in clinical psychology, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Morgan has always had a passion for working with children and young adults. She has worked with children on the spectrum, as well as children and young adults with a variety of mental health diagnoses including anxiety, depression, and ADHD. Morgan uses her background in psychology and mental health counseling to better understand the ways that both children and families accept and cope with diagnoses and behaviors.
Carolyn Smith is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She received an M.S. in Developmental Disabilities with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis from Nova Southeastern University. Through her experience, Carolyn has worked with a variety of age groups in clinic, home, school and community-based settings. She has worked with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, Angelman syndrome, cerebral palsy, ODD, anxiety and ADHD. Carolyn has also worked with individuals diagnosed with mobility impairments and visual impairments. Carolyn is skilled in the areas of PECS, functional communication training, intensive toilet training, phobias, food refusal, and severe behaviors, including aggression and self-injury. Carolyn is passionate about the field of ABA and helping her clients to improve their quality of life.
Rachel White is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She received her B.A. degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Florida. Rachel worked as a speech therapist with Broward County Schools before obtaining her M.S. in Exceptional Student Education with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of West Florida. Rachel has worked with individuals with language delays, autism spectrum disorder, anxiety, ADHD, and handwriting difficulties. Rachel is dedicated to improving the quality of life not only for the client, but also the family.
Our programs are catered to the family as a whole. We provide personalized services to fit the needs of your family and help each member understand and manage autism and developmental disabilities. Our objective is to provide the following to help your family:
As your child grows, we will grow with you, providing you and your family with the support it needs.
5300 W Hillsboro Blvd #208a,
Coconut Creek, FL 33073