Britt W. Sims
Britt is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), certified through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board and holds a Ph.D. in Special Education. He specializes in direct 1:1 ABA therapy, school consultation, and parent training for families/schools with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, ADHD, and other developmental disorders. His therapy experience includes decreasing severe/challenging/problem behaviors, increasing joint attention and functional communication skills, and teaching the foundational skills necessary for progressive learning. His teaching is rooted in both Applied Behavior Analysis and Applied Verbal Behavior, to target the many aspects of functional development.
His work with children/adolescents began while completing his undergraduate degree from West Texas A&M University, and has continued to this day. He studied Applied Behavior Analysis from the Toulouse Graduate School at the University of North Texas and completed his graduate work at Texas Tech University. His supervised clinical hours were completed in San Antonio at Treehouse Pediatric and Behavioral Services doing direct 1:1 ABA therapy. After becoming certified, Britt worked as a behavior analyst at Autism Community Network in San Antonio, joining an Autism diagnostic team (diagnosing children with Autism and other developmental disorders), Level 2 ASD screenings, direct parent trainings, and behavior short courses. He founded Integrated Behavior Solutions, Inc. in 2011 out of a desire to provide critical ABA services to families in the San Antonio and Abilene areas. Britt obtained both his Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis and PhD in the Special Education through Texas Tech University. The emphasis of his PhD was in Psych and Leadership. He is a proud father of 3 boys, 2 girls, a step-son and step-daughter with his new wife, Dr. Renée Matos.