Sacramento, CA

Behavior Frontiers
3336 Bradshaw Road, Suite 140
Sacramento, CA 95827
Phone: 888.922.2843
Fax: 855.568.2494


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Behavior Frontiers is proud to announce that we are bringing our exceptional applied behavior analysis (ABA) treatment program and clinicians to the Sacramento/Roseville, California area. Our professional and highly skilled staff is NOW available to conduct intake assessments with your family to begin the treatment process. 

Please contact us at 1-888-922-2843 to find out more about our services and to schedule an initial appointment.

Your child is unique and Behavior Frontiers offers individualized treatment plans to help each child to be successful. We offer behavior intervention services in the home, school, and community settings. Our ABA treatment program is customized to help each child learn adaptive skills in all areas of development, such as new communication, social, play, cognitive, self-care, and motor skills. Behavior Frontiers uses detailed data collection to track each child’s progress and uses research-based methods to find out why problem behaviors are occurring so that we can reduce those challenging behaviors. We make sure to include your family in all aspects of the treatment and in collaborating with other professionals to help your child reach his/her goals.

Service Locations
Behavior Frontiers clinical staff members will be available to serve clients in or near the following cities:

Alder Creek, Antelope, Arden-Arcade, Arroyo Vista, Beatrice, Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Clarksburg, Clarksville, Counsman, Davis, El Macero, Elk Grove, Elverta, Fair Oaks, Florin, Folsom, Gold River, Granite Bay, Joe’s Landing, Kiesel, King’s Farms, Knight’s Landing, La Riviera, Laguna, Lincoln, Loomis, Meadowview, Merritt, Nicolas, North Highlands, Orangevale, Parkway-South, Penryn, Pleasant Grove, Rancho Cordova, Rio Linda, Riverview, Rocklin, Rosemont, Roseville, Sacramento, Saxon, Sheldon, Sugarfield, Summit Village, Trowbridge, Vineyard, Webster, White Rock, Whitney, Wilton, Woodland, Zee Estates.

We are open to extending our range of service to additional areas and to contracting with additional school districts, regional centers, and insurance companies. Please contact our office at 1-888-922-2843 if you do not see your location listed above.

Training Center: Families located out of our service area can also receive our online ABA training for parents and professionals through Behavior Frontiers Online Training Center.

Insurance Company Services

Did you know that recent California law mandates that most health insurance plans cover ABA treatment for children with autism spectrum disorder? Behavior Frontiers has contracts with health plans so that we can provide this medically necessary treatment to children with autism spectrum disorder. Please contact us today to find out if your child’s health insurance plan will cover these benefits at 1-888-922-2843.

Behavior Frontiers is an in-network provider for the following commercial health plans within California: 

  • Aetna

  • Anthem Blue Cross

  • Blue Shield (managed by Magellan)

  • Cigna

  • ComPsych

  • Humana (managed by LifeSynch)

  • Kaiser (managed by Easter Seals’ Behavioral Health Network)

  • LifeSynch

  • Magellan

  • Oscar

  • Tricare (West Region, managed by MHN)

  • United Behavioral Health (Optum)

Behavior Frontiers also provides ABA services to clients through the following Medi-Cal Managed Care Plans in California:

  • Aetna Better Health of California

  • Anthem Blue Cross Partnership Plan

  • Molina Healthcare

  • UnitedHealthcare Community Plan (managed by OptumHealth)

If your child is a beneficiary of one of these health plans, please contact our office today at 888-922-2843 so we can verify benefits. 

We are also in the process of finalizing contracts with additional health plans. Please contact us if you do not see your health plan listed so that we can discuss your options

School District Services

Behavior Frontiers is also certified by the California Department of Education as a nonpublic agency to provide behavior intervention design (BID) and behavior intervention implementation (BII) to school-aged children with autism and other special needs. A BID staff member is essentially the behavior supervisor who assesses the student’s behavioral needs and who designs a behavior intervention plan for the student. A BII staff member is the equivalent of a behavior instructor who works one-to-one with the student to carry-out the behavior intervention plan. Both staff members are essential for a student to receive effective ABA services.

Regional Center Services

We provide ABA services for children through California Regional Centers. California Regional Centers are nonprofit private corporations that contract with the California Department of Developmental Services to provide or coordinate services and support for individuals with developmental disabilities.


Courtney Pullen M.S., BCBA
Clinical Director

Courtney received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Louisville in Kentucky. During her undergrad and first semester of grad program, Courtney worked at a Mental Health hospital. During this time, Courtney was introduced to the field of ABA. Courtney became a BCBA in May 2013 and moved to Dallas, TX. She worked as a Behavior Supervisor for Behavior Frontiers in the Dallas office for a slightly over 2 years until she transferred to the Sacramento office as Clinical Director. Courtney has worked in residential facilities with children and teens with behavior difficulties, as well as kids with autism since 2010. She has experience implementing ABA strategies in home, school, clinic, daycare, and community settings.


Shaneya Buenrostro, M.Ed., BCBA
Assistant Clinical Director

Shaneya received her Bachelor's of Arts degree in Psychology and Bachelors of Science degree in Human Development at UC Davis in 2013. In 2016 she received her Master’s in Special Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Washington. During her time at UW, she conducted research and focused on self stimulatory behaviors, specifically in the form of verbal stereotypy (e.g., scripting and echolalia). She has worked with typical developing children and those diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities (e.g., Down Syndrome and Angel man’s syndrome) aging from infants to adults since 2008. She has experience in the child care setting, providing private consultation, and working with school districts.