Will be helpful:
I would not call these "therapies" based on ABA Principles, but strategies of ABA based on learning principles.
"Discrete trial learning, incidental teaching (or natural environment training), verbal behavior, pivotal response training, and natural language paradigm.
All of these ABA-based therapies:
Are structured Collect data for target skills or behaviors Provide positive strategies for changing responses and behaviors
This is a good list of:
COMPONENTS OF A STRONG ABA PROGRAM