Todd Kellogg, LMFT, BCBA

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Todd Kellogg is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who has worked in the field of disabilities since 1994 and in December 2001, established a private practice with offices in Trumbull and Wilton, CT that operates under the name, PositiveFamilyBehavior, LLC.  Mr. Kellogg specializes in providing Structural Family & Behavior Therapy to resolve challenging behaviors in children both at home and in school, to build a partnership between home and school, to increase parenting skills, and to work on relationship issues within families that have members with special needs.  The focus of treatment is often the development and implementation of a Positive Behavior and Parenting Plan (PBPP) to address difficult behaviors while teaching new skills and promoting alternative behaviors.  The therapy process can include Functional Assessments, School Consultations, Family Therapy, Individual Therapy, Parent Coaching, and Social Skills Program: Value-Playand  High5-Time™.  Mr. Kellogg has also taken part in the development of rubato, an app to assist in the teaching of Time Awareness and Time Management.  Mr. Kellogg’s practice includes a number of qualified therapists where a team approach is used to best meet the needs of the client. 


Before entering private work full-time, Todd Kellogg had worked as a Behavior & Family Therapist for the Greenwich Autism Program of Abilis (formerly ARC-Greenwich).  At the Greenwich Autism Program (GAP), Mr. Kellogg worked primarily with families of children with Autism and other developmental disabilities.  While at GAP, Mr. Kellogg also developed a series of Social Skills Groups for children with Aspergers and High Functioning Autism.  Mr. Kellogg joined the Greenwich Autism Program in March 2002, became Assistant Director in 2005, and from April 2006 to August 2008 acted as a consultant.   


Mr. Kellogg graduated from Fairfield University (Fairfield, CT) with a Masters in School Psychology in 1995 and with a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy in January 2001.  Graduate level, online course work in Applied Behavioral Analysis occurred from September 2005 through December 2007 through the University of North Texas.  Mr. Kellogg received his LMFT credentials in June 2004 and his BCBA credentials in September 2010


Additional Certification: "Parenting with Love and Limits" - Certified by Dr. Scott Sells (2001); www.difficult.net


Workshops/classes given by Mr. Kellogg: Parenting Challenging Behaviors; Positive Behavior Supports; The Effective Co-parenting Unit; Functional Behavioral Assessments & Planning; Effective Communications during the PPT Process; Social Skills Interventions for Children with Hidden Disabilities; Social Skills within the Positive Behavior Support Plan; Effective and Non-effective Communication Patterns between Parents and School Personnel as they relate to Teambuilding; The use of Visuals within Behavior Modification and Positive Behavior Supports; Strategies to address Eating-Related Issues; Addressing Adolescent Behaviors of Children with Special Needs; Behavior Approaches when working with a Child with SMS; Building Resilience and “GRIT” in children through Trial & Error learning; and Developing Daily Routines.

Workshops provided for the following organizations: Many of the school districts listed below; ARC-Greenwich; Boys and Girls Club; Friendship Circle; TOPS Program; SCOPES in Stamford, CT; SPEDNET in New Canaan, CT; Connecticut PTA Conference; SPEDNET in Wilton, CT; PRISMS (SMS International Conference 2014); and Parent Organizations within Wesport and Darien, CT.


Consulted within or for the following School Districts in CT: Greenwich*; Stamford*; New Canaan*; Wilton*; Fairfield; Darien; Bethel; and Trumbull Pre-school (workshops); Norwalk; Monroe (workshops)

     * Including the development of Social Skills Groups and/or Trainings



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