Rick Justus, BCBA, LBA
Rick began his career providing direct support to individuals with autism in community and home settings. He received his Master’s Degree in Special Education from the University of Utah, teaching Special Education in the Salt Lake area. For over twenty years, he has specialized in developing functional assessments, providing parent and professional training, and implementing person-centered learning and behavior improvement strategies for individuals considered disabled and autistic. He has various specializations in Applied Behavior Analysis, Positive Behavior Supports, Intensive Behavior Intervention, Relationship Development, Pivotal Response Training and non-verbal/visual communication strategies.
Brittany Nelson, BCBA, LBA
Brittany graduated from UC Davis in 2012 with a B.S. in Animal Science and a minor in Psychology. Following graduation, she wanted to further pursue training in Applied Behavior Analysis and commenced her journey working with families and individuals impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorders. In 2014 Brittany completed a Master’s degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis from Kaplan University. During this time, Brittany provided services in California and was promoted from a Behavior Interventionist to a Supervisor. Brittany obtained her BCBA in November 2016. She has experience providing behavior supports within schools, homes and clinic settings as well as contributing to the professional development of other interventionists. Brittany has a passion for the dissemination of Behavior Analysis and providing services to those most in need.
Suzanne Robinson, BCBA-D, LBA
Suzanne entered the field as a behavior therapist, providing ABA treatment to children with autism. Following the completion of her undergraduate degree in psychology, she took a position as an elementary special education teacher. During this time Suzanne completed a Master's degree in special education. With a desire to advance her knowledge and effectiveness in serving children and families, Suzanne completed a doctoral program at UC Santa Barbara,training in the Koegel Autism Center. Following graduation in 2007, Suzanne served as an Assistant/Associate Professor in the Department of Special Education at Cal State University in Fullerton and earned her BCBA-D in 2009. Her relocation to Spokane created a unique opportunity for her to return to supporting children and families.
Tana Watson, BCBA, LBA
Tana began working with children in 1999 when she earned her teaching certification through Gonzaga University. After instructing learners of all ages in Spokane area schools, she returned to Gonzaga to study for her Masters degree in Special Education, which she received in 2014 via their Functional Analysis track. She has been a BCBA since 2016 and is committed to developing individualized, effective, evidenced-based treatment plans that focus on the strengths and needs of each child. She has experience in implementing early intervention and functional communication programs and is devoted to providing reinforcement based strategies to children and their families. She is committed to supporting each individual’s attainment of a more independent and dignified quality of life.
Alexander Kerby, BCBA, LBA
Alexander was initially exposed to Applied Behavior Analysis while earning his undergraduate degree in psychology at Simon Fraser University. His experience in school coupled with his job at a day camp for children with autism led him to pursue his Master’s degree in special education from Gonzaga University in 2015. While in graduate school, Alexander joined Imagine Behavioral and Developmental Services as a Behavior Technician and in the fall of 2018 he became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Alexander has always had a passion for helping others and is excited to pursue his passion as a practicing BCBA.