Growing Minds Behavioral Health

UPDATED: April 12, 2022

Growing Minds Behavioral Health is a full service ABA company providing services to our warriors with autism and their families. We aim to help our clients unleash their full potential whether that be learning to ride a bike or learning to brush their teeth. Where we see a need our goal is to help our clients achieve theirs. We are a no judgment zone. We will laugh with you. We will cry with you. We believe in having fun. Children learn best when they are having a good time. We believe in consistency. We believe that in order to change others behavior we must first change our own. Where goodness is put in, goodness will come out. Our vision is to bring the humanity back to ABA. Our mission is to promote the growth and development of the whole family as it pertains to the clients we are called to serve. We aim to provide the highest quality services to our clients with measured and observable growth. Through empowering parents with knowledge of managing behaviors and increasing skills our focus is to increase social awareness, independence, communication and play all while having fun!

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance


106 Thomasson Ct
Capitol Heights, MD 20743
United States



(301) 456-4787



Ashley Smith-Nonnarath

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