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Christopher Price

Registered Behavior Technician

Christopher is originally from Nassau, Bahamas and attended the University of South Florida where he earned his bachelors degree in Psychology. His journey into the field began with an internship during his undergraduate years, where he interned under a child Neuropsychologist. This experience ignited his enthusiasm for contributing to the post-diagnostic process. Christopher is a compassionate and dedicated RBT that is committed to his clients. He plans to go back to school to complete to ultimately complete his PhD in Neuropsychology.

Therapeutic Specialties

Verbal Behavior, Daily Living Skills, Decrease Aggressive behaviors, Decreaase Tantrums, Parent Training, Social Skills, Token Systems, Language Support, Improve Attention Concerns, Increase replacement behaviors, Self Care, Learning and Academic Skills

What is important to you, for your client to feel, when working with you?

It is important for me that my client feels safe and happy when they are with me. I think that this only enhances the productiveness of each session as time goes on.

Who do you believe you are for a client as they manage their problems?

I see myself as the constant guiding presence for the client, steering them in the right direction and consistently following through.

What drives your passion for seeing clients?

The experience of seeing the progression within my clients on a day to day basis drives my passion.

How do you believe clients "get better"?

I believe that the two most important things that help the clients get better is being consistent and following through. At times it may be difficult, but knowing that the therapy will ultimately benefit them keeps me focused.

ABA Department

Christopher Price


University of South Florida, Bachelors in Psychology

Client Age Range

Children (2-6)

Languages Spoken


Personal Hobbies

When I am not working I enjoy going to the gym, learning new skills, watching movies and trying new foods.

"In my early professional years I was asking the question, How can I treat, or cure, or change this person? Now I would phrase the question in this way: How can I provide a relationship which this person may use for his own personal growth?" - Carl Rogers

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