Zachary Wyman

Zachary began working in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis in 2013 in school and community settings. After two years, Zachary moved to working in primarily home-based and community settings. Zachary has also been educated in the field of Marriage and Family Therapy and has gained experience in both public mental health and residential substance abuse rehabilitation settings.

As Clinician with BCI, Zachary enjoys the following responsibilities: Providing Behavior Consultation to BCI clients; managing a diverse caseload including providing support, instruction, and feedback to families and caregivers in regard to managing challenging behavior; conducting descriptive behavioral assessments, interpreting results of those behavioral assessments, and designing ethical and effective behavior analytic interventions for clients according to the requirements put forth by the contracting agencies and BCI; presenting treatment plans at regular caregiver meetings; training and supervising behavior technicians on behavior intervention plans, data collection, required paperwork, and individual needs of clients and their families.


California Association for Behavior Analysis
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

Areas of Interest

Social Skills
Sleep Issues
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Early intervention


M.A. Counseling – La Sierra University (2013-2014)
M.S. Marital and Family Therapy – Loma Linda University (2014-2016)

The BCI Mission and what it means to me

It is a privilege to join BCI’s mission to provide evidence-based services to rural families who would not otherwise have access. The principles behind this mission were the impetus for my entrance to this field. I hope to continue to provide quality, systemic, evidence-based services to the individuals BCI serves as well as doing my best to support an environment that encourages success for the family.