Katie McGill

Katie McGill has her Masters in Social Work from the University of Utah. Once getting her CSW she decided to pursue her BCBA. She completed her course work with the Florida Institute of Technology and really appreciates the way social work and behavior analysis compliment one another. Katie has always held a special place in her heart for children and feels strongly about early intervention. A collaborative approach with family members, school and other professionals is very important as it truly does take a village.

Shawn Woodall

Shawn has a love of ABA and the good that he’s seen it create in children’s lives and the lives of their families. He’s a behavior analyst and a social service worker. He enjoys working with all children from beginning learners to high-intensity kids that need support when they’ve had a long learning history reinforcing their challenging behaviors. He’s an ABA doctoral candidate that will soon be certified as a BCBA-D. He enjoys family time, paddle boarding, camping, and cooking.

Allison Phillips

Allison has a Masters of Social Work from Boston University and a Masters of Special Education from the University of Utah. As an LCSW and a BCBA, she specializes in developing treatment for clients and their family system to ensure that long-term changes can occur. Allison has been working with children and families since 2010 and has experience working with young children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Her passion is to provide others with the tools and skills they need to be successful. Her clinical approach is rooted in CBT and solution-focused modalities with the focus of adapting thoughts, emotions, and behaviors to allow clients and their families to be as successful as possible. As a member of the Quality Assurance team, Allison focuses on ensuring compliance to standards, developing company policies and programs, and mentoring employees. When she’s not at work, Allison enjoys going on adventures (both near and far) with her husband and four children.

Michelle Nadalsky

Michelle holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California Polytechnic, San Luis Obispo and a Master’s degree in Human Behavior from National University. She is a Certified Behavior Analyst and completed her Applied Behavior Analysis coursework through Florida Institute of Technology. She has been formally trained in different ABA approaches from clinical based Discrete Trial Training to natural learning based Pivotal Response Training. She has provided training and support to special education teachers and classroom aides, and supervised group homes for juvenile sex offenders as well as developmentally delayed children and adolescents.