Lisa received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Dixie State University. During her college career, Lisa worked with adults with schizophrenia, autism, Down syndrome, anxiety, depression, and many other disorders. She also worked many 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. With this, she presented her research at the Western Psychological Association in Las Vegas, Nevada. Lisa married her husband as soon as she graduated from Dixie. She then moved to Cedar City, where she 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 then, she has worked with many children and adults with different disorders including Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Reactive Attachment Disorder, Autism, ADD, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, anxiety, along with many others. She furthered her education at Florida Institute of Technology and completed her coursework as a BCaBA. Lisa’s love continues to grow for the individuals she encounters in this field.