In collaboration with Alabama Department of Human Resources, the APMRT project was developed to investigate the possibility of transitioning children from psychotropic medication to behavioral interventions that are managed by board certified behavior analysts (BCBAs). The overarching goal of this project is to reduce the use of psychotropic medication for behavior management in Alabama foster care. Our dependent measures include the frequency and intensity of problem behavior emitted by foster care children, as well as a measure of trauma. This project is being conducted with Montgomery, Autauga, Elmore, Macon, Bullock, Russell, and Lee counties. The project has been approved by the Auburn University Institutional Review Board. Brief descriptions of the APMRT members are provided below.