Who We Are
Partnering with you to help your child thrive
Tandem Therapy Services was founded in Las Vegas in 2000 by Chris Holcomb, Ph.D. — a doctoral-level behavior analyst who’s also a speech-language pathologist — and Amy Holcomb, an occupational therapist.
In the last 20 years, Tandem has grown to be a leader in the Las Vegas Valley for providing comprehensive, evidence-based treatments for children with autism. Tandem is a comprehensive applied behavior analysis (ABA) program that promotes training and education and creates life-changing outcomes for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related disabilities.
Our team offers individualized treatment plans that infuse ABA therapy into all aspects of our patients’ lives.
Local Services, National Resources
Our team at Tandem delivers services right here in Nevada, but we’re also part of LEARN Behavioral, a national organization known for its expertise in treating autism. Together, we specialize in using contemporary applied behavior analysis (ABA) to deliver treatment tailored exclusively to the unique needs of every child with autism in our care.
As part of LEARN, Tandem offers your child and family the convenience and familiarity of local services, with the advantages of a progressive and collaborative national organization at the forefront of autism treatment.
And the advantages are real. You can trust that your child will receive the best care available.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Tandem knows we’re not all the same.
We recognize the power of celebrating differences. Tailoring our approach to care is at the core of what we do. We’re also committed to fostering a culture that embraces what makes us each unique — be it race, ethnicity, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disabilities/abilities, or socioeconomic background. Tandem aims to acknowledge the lived experiences and diversity of perspectives of our staff and the children and families we serve. We pledge to create a community centered around trust, respect, tolerance, and empathy. Together, we’re better.