Alyssa began working as a Registered Behavior Technician at Behavior Change Institute, in October 2015. She participated in Behavior Change Institute’s BCBA Internship program where she earned her clinical hours under the supervision of the clinicians at BCI and completed her internship program in December 2017. While working towards her BCBA certification, Alyssa was privileged to serve children and their families in the home and community setting. Alyssa also assisted in training new RBT’s and provided regional support when needed. She helped in the development of BCI’s Social Skills Group, where she currently still assists with its implementation and the training of new group leaders. Alyssa earned her Master’s degree in 2018 from Ball State University and obtained her BCBA certification in April 2021. At this time, Alyssa currently serves as a Senior Clinician at Behavior Change Institute. Her current responsibilities as a clinician consists of supervising behavior technicians, creating treatment intervention and behavior plans, assessments, treatment management and conducting caregiver training.

Areas of Interest

Verbal Behavior
Social Skills


Master’s of Arts, Applied Behavior Analysis, Ball State University, 2018
Bachelor’s of Science, Speech and Hearing Sciences, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, 2014

The BCI Mission and what it means to me

Working and growing with BCI has been an amazing experience. It has taught me so much about not only the field of ABA, but about compassion, work ethic and collaboration. The compassion that each team member has for their client’s and their families truly is a joy to see. It makes such a meaningful impact in the lives of our clients and their families and it truly is an honor to work at BCI.