Saige received her Bachelor’s degree from Dixie State University in Psychology and Minor in Criminology. Saige in now enrolled in Florida Institute of Technology’s hybrid M.A. in Applied Behavior Analysis and is working as a behavior intern in the St. George region. Saige has been interested in behavior since high school where she started her education in behavior. However, working for UTBS has really influenced Saige to continue her education specifically towards children diagnosed with Autism.
Lisa received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Dixie State University. During her college career, Lisa worked at a group home with adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder, schizophrenia, Down syndrome, anxiety, depression, amongst other disorders. During this time, she also worked 5 years with adults struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. She interned at a middle school working with teenagers with behavioral issues, where she also conducted research on implementing a rewards program to increase desired behavior which was approved by the Institutional Review Board. With this, she presented her research at the Western Psychological Association in Las Vegas, Nevada. Lisa found Utah Behavior Services and grew a love for the field of Applied Behavior Analysis and the individuals she has met in the company. Since her time at UTBS, she has had a child of her own who has been diagnosed with autism. This has only increased her passion for creating successful children and strengthening families. She furthered her education at Florida Institute of Technology and completed her coursework as a BCaBA. She is currently completing her education to become a BCBA. In her free time, Lisa enjoys spending time with her children, camping, running, and watching crime documentaries. Lisa’s love continues to grow for the individuals she encounters in this field.
Tiffany graduated with her Master’s Degree in Education from Utah State University’s Professional School Counselor Education Program. While pursuing her Master’s Degree she began working in the ABA field which eventually led her to obtain credentialing as a BCBA from Florida Institute of Technology.
Tiffany has a passion for helping individuals acquire and maintain skills that will allow them to have a better quality of life and is excited to serve those in her hometown and surrounding communities.
Casey holds a Bachelor of Science in Special Education, with an emphasis in mild to moderate disabilities, and a Master of Education from the University of Utah. He has worked with children and youth with disabilities since 2013 in intensive outpatient, day-treatment, residential, inpatient, and educational settings in various capacities including: as a psychiatric technician, special education teacher, and Board Certified Behavior Analyst. In the school system, he has experience as a special education teacher in both resource and self-contained support settings and as a specialist at both a school and district level.
Jennifer is a Behavioral Supervisor at the Riverdale office with Utah Behavior Services. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who has been working with individuals with autism and other related disabilities since 2012. She has taught children and adults in a variety of school and home settings utilizing the principles of applied behavior analysis. Jennifer graduated from National University in San Diego, CA with a Bachelor Degree in Psychology in 2013, and from Arizona State University with a Masters of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis. Jennifer enjoys working with all of her clients, and seeing them make amazing progress through the use of ABA practices.
Chelseigh graduated from the University of Nevada- Las Vegas in 2012, where she earned her bachelors degree in Psychology with a minor in communications. She currently is working on completing her masters in professional behaviorism from the Florida Institute of Technology, with the goal of receiving her BCBA. When Chelseigh was in high school, her two young brothers were diagnosed with autism, which lead to her love and passion of ABA. While having a personal perspective, and seeing how ABA changed her brothers’ lives in so many different ways, Chelseigh changed the direction she was headed and changed her major from English to Psychology, and accepted a job working as a behavior technician in Southern California. Since then, Chelseigh has been a behavior technician for 11 years, working with children and adolescents ages 2-18 throughout Southern California, Nevada, and now in Utah, where she is a behavior analyst-intern. Chelseigh takes great pride and has a strong passion in helping children learn how to function in the world, by helping them learn how to communicate in their own special individualistic ways.
Amanda graduated with her Bachelors in Science from Weber State University, Masters in social work from Our Lady of the Lake University, and her BCaBA from Florida Institute of Technology. Amanda since then has spent her time supervising a crisis Nursery, facilitating parenting classes, step family education courses to youth and teens, providing mental health services to children and their families, and assisting children with autism and other behavior disorders to increase their quality of life. Amanda’s expertise includes play therapy, ABA behavior therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and Parent-Child Interactive Therapy. Amanda has worked closely with anxiety, reactive attachment disorder, autism, rhets disorder, ADHD, grief and loss, and relationship challenges within the family. Currently Amanda is the Director of our Riverdale office and Amanda is here to assist children in finding their voice and their strength in coping with the many obstacles of life. Amanda is committed to offering evidence-based treatment for the well-being of her clients.
Makenzie earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Southern Utah University and her Master’s in Special Education with an emphasis in Behavior Analysis from Utah State University. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She enjoys seeing the progress in the families and children that she serves. She specifically has a passion for working in early intervention and helping give young children who are struggling to communicate, the ability to do so.
Storie graduated with her Bachelor’s degree at Weber State University and her Master’s degree at Brigham Young University both in Social work. She has worked in addiction recovery, with teens in residential treatment and with children with behavioral disorders for 3 years. Storie is an LCSW and is waiting to sit for her test with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. Storie loves to make therapy fun, both mental health and behavior therapy. When she is not working she loves to be mountain biking, hiking and enjoying the outdoors with her husband and dog.
Shay graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Social work from Weber State University and her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Boise State University. Shay also obtained her BCaBA credentials from Florida Institute of Technology. Shay’s experience includes working with children and adults on the Autism spectrum, at risk and homeless youth, children and youth in the foster care system, adoption, negative behaviors, substance abuse, and LGBT individuals.