Rocky Mountain Neurobehavioral Health, LLC was founded in 2021 by Dr. Cori Ann Stepek, Licensed Psychologist and Consultant. After working in private practice in the community for over 10 years as well as in the public school system for over 20 years, Dr. Stepek recognized the need for a clinical practice consisting of a multi- disciplinary team to address the needs of children, adolescents, and adults. In 2022, Dr. Stepek expanded the practice adding business partner Sarah Belleau. Sarah has a background as a disability consultant, practitioner, advocate, and mediator, with over 25 years of experience in public schools and 10 years in private practice. Our team, including psychologists, consultants, board certified behavior analysts (BCBAs), specialized service professionals and educators, work together to evaluate and identify specific needs to create an individual plan with measurable goals to ensure progress is being made. 
 
In addition to evaluation, counseling services, and behavioral therapy utilizing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), we are available to work with schools, law practices and other agencies for consultation, participation in Independent Education Evaluations (IEE), and training in the areas of special education, equity and inclusion, the IEP (Individual Education Plan), autism, supports for social/emotional/behavioral difficulties (including functional behavior assessment/behavior intervention plans), and sensory needs. Additionally, we offer mediation services with a certified and experienced mediator.

Our Mission:

Rocky Mountain Neurobehavioral Health strives to provide the highest quality of compassionate care and services to our clients and families, promoting a strong sense of well-being through support, counseling, evaluation, education, consultation and advocacy.

In pursuit of our Mission, we strive to:

  • Provide comprehensive inclusive services through evaluation, direct services, consultation and advocacy.

  • Work with individuals to identify needs, goals and desired outcomes.

  •  Improve an understanding of social emotional and behavioral health through educational opportunities, counseling and intervention.

  • Provide services to improve social, emotional and behavioral outcomes across age groups.

  • Work within the community, including schools, agencies and non-profit organizations, to serve individuals with social, emotional, behavioral, educational, and other needs in order to live their most productive life.

  • Collaborate with families, community partners, agencies and non-profit organizations to support client growth across environments.