Meghan is currently pursuing a PhD in Applied Behavior Analysis at Capella University. She has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Old Dominion University and a master’s degree in Educational Psychology from Purdue University Global. She earned a graduate certificate in Behavior Analysis from the University of Cincinnati. She became certified as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in June of 2020, prior she was a registered behavior technician for many years. Meghan has been working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental disabilities since 2012. In her free time, you can find Meghan cheering for her kids on the ball field or spending time with family and friends. She also enjoys relaxing on the beach, camping and road trip adventures.
Teri has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Immaculata University and a master’s degree in Applied Clinical Psychology from Penn State University. She earned her graduate certificate in Behavior Analysis from St. Joseph’s University. Teri became certified as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in May of 2018. Since 2003, Teri has worked in a variety of settings serving with children, adolescents, and adults with mental health and developmental disabilities, including Autism Spectrum Disorder and Down Syndrome. Her passion for helping families with special needs children inspired Teri to pursue her BCBA and she loves collaborating with families, therapists, and other professionals to solve significant issues and make meaningful changes in each other's lives. In her free time, Teri enjoys spending time with her family at the beach, riding bikes, playing Barbies (and other make-believe games) with her youngest daughter, and hanging out in the backyard with a campfire and S'mores
Liz has been working with individuals with impairments and disorders for 12 years. She graduated from Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Science in Therapeutic Recreation in 2008 and a commission with the Army National Guard. Liz works primarily with adults in various settings such as brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, long-term care, rehabilitation, as well as with the Army National Guard. She first started as a Therapeutic Horseback Riding Instructor in 2011 teaching children and adults. After finding out she enjoys working with children, she went back to school at Ashford University and obtained a master’s in psychology. Afterward, she became a registered behavior technician (RBT) in 2019 to continue her work with children. Liz then found a personal and professional passion for kids with Autism, initiating her pursual of a certificate in Applied Behavioral Analysis via the University of Cincinnati. She plans on sitting for the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) exam at the end of 2021 or early next year to become a board-certified behavioral analyst (BCBA). Liz has four stepchildren that are on the spectrum, plus one little boy of her own. She enjoys taking walks and working out with her son, as well as reading, playing with her dogs, and cooking with her partner.
Amanda is new to the field, but absolutely loves children and is excited to be a part of your kiddo’s life. She served in the Army for four years, giving her a new perspective on mental health, which drove her into the psychology field. Amanda holds a bachelor’s in psychology and is working towards the completion of her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) at Brandman University. In her free time, Amanda enjoys the outdoors, cooking, and showing her little kiddo new and fun activities.
Are you a BCBA, RBT, or just interested in making a difference in a childs life? Experience preferred but we will train the right person.
Must have current or be willing to obtain the following: CPR/FA within 60 days
TB Test prior to first day of work
Criminal Background Check prior to first day
Paid training offered
Email your resume with brief cover letter to: SunshineBehavioralConsulting@gmail.com