Megan Robinson comes to BCI with 15 years of experience providing mental and behavioral support services to individuals impacted by various behavioral and mental health conditions. Megan has experience with severe behavioral disorders in individuals ranging in age from 2 years old to 96 years old. Megan has worked in various settings and facilities from schools to long-term residential facilities, state mental health hospitals, juvenile detention centers, group homes, and ABA clinic settings.

Megan has been practicing specifically in the field of ABA for 6 years and brings a wealth of knowledge from her roles as RBT, Assistant Behavior Analyst, and finally BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst). Megan has been with BCI as a Clinician since July 27th, 2023. She is currently practicing as a telehealth Clinician with a focus on Adolescent and Adult Services. Megan is also a Certified Safety Care Trainer, with 10 years of previous experience in other safety, crisis management, and severe behavioral reduction specialty training and experiences.

Affiliations

Washington State Applied Behavior Analysis Association (WABA)

Areas of Interest

Megan’s clinical interests are supporting Adolescents and Adults, specifically those with higher levels of behavioral needs, as well as supporting families, community members, and educational systems in practices that support client and whole family needs within mental and behavioral health.

Education

Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis, Ball State University. Master Level Certification in Applied Behavior Analysis. Master Level Certification in Autism (specialty area of Diagnosis and Research)

Time at Behavior Change Institute

Since July  2023

The BCI Mission and what it means to me

BCI means to Megan, the opportunity to support individuals and families where they are. By this, it means individuals who are in rural areas or in need of support can access them in a timely, supportive, compassionate manner while minimizing barriers to access. As an individual who has and continues to live in very rural areas, Megan has first-hand knowledge and experience of how difficult it can be for families to access meaningful services. What Megan contributes to BCI is years of knowledge and a sincere passion to provide quality access to compassionate and supportive services to individuals who live in rural or less supportive areas.