Opening in January 2020!
666 E. Main Street
Centreville, MI 49032
MA, BCBA, LBA
Megan began working in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis in 2014 and quickly realized that her life's purpose is to use the science of ABA to help people. She completed her Master's in Behavioral Science through Western Michigan University's Extended University Program in 2018 and became Board Certified soon after. She's worked with children of all ages in a variety of settings including intensive residential, center-based and at school. Her specialties include intensive potty training, providing early intervention and social skills services, and assessment and treatment of challenging behaviors. In Megan's free time she enjoys going for long runs outside, playing sports, snuggling her son, and cuddling with her cat, Fred.
If your child is enrolled in a Michigan Medicaid health plan, you must be referred by your local community mental health agency. They offer diagnostic evaluations and a variety of other services. Your child may qualify for up to 40 hours of ABA therapy at no cost to the family. Follow the link to St. Joseph County Community Mental Health.