Four Direction Education & Behavior Consulting was created to increase access to educational and behavioral services on the Western Slope of Colorado.

With a foundation of Applied Behavior Analysis, FDEBC, LLC. uses scientific research and peer-reviewed interventions to increase socially significant behaviors and access to daily life.

Each program is individualized based on client need(s). It is the behavior analysts' responsibility to operate in the best interest of the client (BACB Ethics 2.0 Behavior Analysts' Responsibility to Clients).

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Our Mission


Our mission is  to increase quality and ethical services to the Western Slope of Colorado while focusing on quality of treatment that is individualized and not limited to one area. We individualize each client's programming to enhance community access and collaborate with intention to increase socially significant skills to pursue each direction life has to offer.



Areas We Serve

San Miguel County (Telluride, Sawpit, Placerville, Norwood)

Ouray County (Ridgway & Ouray)

Montrose County (Nucla, Naturita)

If your area is not listed, please contact us so we may offer referrals near your area and/or expand our services to your region.



Our Services

Four Directions Education & Behavior Consulting, LLC., offers a variety of consultative services in the area of Applied Behavior Analysis. Services include, but are not limited to, in-home therapy, school consultations, staff trainings, parent trainings, and Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) supervision.

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What is Applied Behavior Analysis?

Unsure what exactly Applied Behavior Analysis is or still questioning some aspects of it? Click the link below to learn more from a variety of resources on how Applied Behavior Analysis is practiced and implemented into everyday interactions.

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“A failure is not always a mistake, it may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying.”
— B.F. Skinner

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