Tanya has over 9 years of experience in the field of Behavior Analysis. As a parent caring for an autistic adult, her passion for ABA was sparked when her son first received in-home services. Since then, Tanya has had the opportunity to work in a wide range of consumers, including clinics, preschools, adult day centers, residential group homes, and in-home in collaboration with Child Protection Services.

As a Senior Clinician with BCI, Tanya works with families to ensure individualized learning programs with an emphasis on client dignity, respect, and self-advocacy. Tanya is responsible for ongoing assessment of treatment programs and client progress, shaping goals that are meaningful, collaborating with families to decrease barriers to client success, and providing supervision and support to behavior technicians.


Wisconsin Association for Behavior Analysis
Wisconsin Autism Society

Areas of Interest

Social Skills
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Daily Living and Safety Skills Training
Parent Training and Collaboration


Master’s of Science in Behavior Analysis and Therapy from Southern Illinois University (2015)
Bachelor’s of Science in Vocational Rehabilitation from University of Wisconsin – Stout (2013)

The BCI Mission and what it means to me

Being the mother of an autistic adult, I understand how difficult it can be to access services. When my son was first diagnosed, it was a painful thing to watch him slip further behind his peers while we fought for services he desperately needed. Working with BCI, I am grateful to now be part of the solution. BCI’s dedication to reaching out to underserved communities through compassion backed by science, means so much to me.