Annie McLaughlin, PhD, BCBA-D,LBA

Behavior Analyst/Owner

Annie specializes in the integration of contemporary applied behavior analysis with positive behavior supports in order to increase the quality of life and education for individuals with disabilities. Her areas of expertise include data-based educational programs and classrooms, IEPs for students with disabilities, inclusive practices and functional behavior assessments.

Annie has taught at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Washington (online). Her courses include a focus on children with Autism, Applied Behavior Analysis, Inclusive Practices, and Behavior Management.

Annie presents at numerous national conferences and has written many publications on multiple topics related to educating students with disabilities and decreasing challenging behaviors.

Beth Plumb, BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst

Beth provides school- and home-based services for infants, toddlers, school-aged children and young adults. She focuses on maximizing individual skill development through application of applied behavior analysis. Her strengths include identifying practical and effective behavior supports to reduce challenging behaviors, collaborating with families and staff members, and individualizing instruction in group and one-on-one settings through data-based decision making.

Beth has experience working in both non-public and public school settings, as well as providing professional development for school staff. She currently teaches in the special education program at Towson University. Beth is a licensed behavior analyst and certified special educator.

Meghan O'Reilly-Green

Assistant Behavior Analyst/Program Manager

Meghan specializes in developing programming and curriculum for in-home ABA programs. Her skill expertise include parent training, verbal behavior programming, discrete trial teaching, implementing motivational systems and developing behavior plans to increase desirable behavior or decrease undesirable behavior. Meghan is interested in helping parents looking for help in the home to increase functioning, communication or adaptive living skills (such as feeding or toileting), and reduce problem behavior.

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Baltimore, MD 21231

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