ABA Team

Creating the best results for every family!

Chelsea Corley M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Chelsea Corley M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

ABA Director

“I love working with children with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders because every day is an opportunity to see growth. Some days that growth is achieved more easily than others, but when we get to see it, it is the most beautiful thing in the world.”


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  • Colleges: University of Michigan,
  • University of Washington Degrees: BA in Psychology, M.Ed. in Early Childhood Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Certifications/Credentials: BCBA #1-11-7992,
  • WA State Licensure

Chelsea is certified as a teacher in Washington for Early Childhood Special Education. Chelsea is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who has been working with individuals with special needs for 13 years. Her focus has primarily been working with children with autism and their families across settings. Chelsea is passionate about family collaboration, staff training, inclusive practices, and of course, progress for the amazing children she gets to work with. Chelsea is originally from California and began working in the field of ABA while living there. Upon visiting Washington for the first time, she knew that this was where she wanted to settle. She graduated from the University of Washington with her Masters in Early Childhood Special Education in 2010. In her free time, Chelsea enjoys spending time with her husband and two young sons, hiking, swimming and camping.

 

Kerry Hillier M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Kerry Hillier M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Integrated ABA Services Manager

“I love working with children with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders because I love the moment when a child finally “gets it” and reaches a new milestone! It is so rewarding to see each kid light up when something finally clicks and begin to demonstrate the skill in new ways.”


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  • Colleges: Gonzaga University,
  • University of Washington Degrees: BA- Special Education, M.Ed-Early Childhood Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Certifications/Endorsements: BCBA # 1-14-15146, Certified birth-12th grade Special Education teacher, endorsed in Early Childhood Special Ed and Elementary Education.

Kerry is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who began working with children with disabilities over 7 years ago. Before joining the ICAN Center for Autism team, Kerry worked as a behavior analyst in California doing home programming and running an autism center focusing on early intervention services for young children with autism. Kerry graduated with her Master’s from the University of Washington in Early Childhood Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis in 2013. While getting her Master’s degree, she taught as a developmental preschool teacher in a reverse mainstreamed classroom in a Seattle Public School. Kerry received her Bachelor’s degree from Gonzaga University in Special Education and endorsements in Early Childhood Special Education and Elementary Education. Kerry is originally from Bainbridge Island, Washington and loves to read, travel and spend time with family!

Jamie Mills M.A., BCBA, LBA

Jamie Mills M.A., BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst

“I love working with children with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders because every child has amazing potential and I love helping them uncover what they are capable of. I was the quiet and shy kid, often on the outskirts. There is nothing more rewarding to me than to watch kids who are struggling in any way grow and learn. Every day is a new and different experience and I love it.”


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  • Colleges: Whitworth University
  • Degrees: B.A. Psychology,
  • M.A in Special Education

Born and raised in Woodinville, Washington, Jamie grew up knowing she wanted to be a teacher. She received her B.A. in Psychology, deciding to narrow her focus away from classroom teaching and towards early childhood education. During college, she interned at a therapeutic preschool for children with behavioral disorders and found a real passion for helping kids who struggle for any reason. She has worked with children in a variety of different settings such as preschool, daycare, summer camp, and as an ABA therapist. She is excited to join the ICAN team, and continue to grow and learn from the children and staff. In her free time, she likes to read, cook, and go geocaching.

 

Hayley Halversen M.S., BCBA, LBA

Hayley Halversen M.S., BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst

Megan Cook M.S., BCBA, LBA

Megan Cook M.S., BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst/ Social Skills Group Supervisor

“I love working with children with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders because they are more full of joy and excitement than anyone else that I know.”


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  • Colleges: Boise State University Degrees: BS in Biology and Pre-health, M.S

Megan graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Biology with an emphasis in pre-Physical and Occupational Therapy.  She spent her college summers working in the home health field with clients with neurological injuries and disorders.  She enjoys traveling to other countries, and spent a summer teaching HIV/AIDS education in northern Ethiopia.  In her free time, Megan enjoys running, hiking, being with family and friends, playing and watching sports, and reading.

Mandy McFerran M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Mandy McFerran M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst

Hanna Knostman M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Hanna Knostman M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst

“I love working with children with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders because it is so rewarding to be a part of the growth each child makes. Each child is different and I love working to figure out how to use each child’s unique strengths to reach a new milestone!”

 

Caprice Roberts M.Ed, BCBA, LBA

Caprice Roberts M.Ed, BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst

Vicki Ritchie M.S., BCBA, LBA

Vicki Ritchie M.S., BCBA, LBA

Behavior Analyst

Caitlin Clements RBT, CBT

Caitlin Clements RBT, CBT

Senior Behavior Technician

“I love working with children with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders because it is extremely rewarding to play a key role in their learning process; to see something that you have been working on for months truly click and be understood is an amazing feeling. I love being able to advocate for them and help them to discover their voice.”

Alison Siu MA., RBT, CBT

Alison Siu MA., RBT, CBT

Senior Behavior Technician

Sam Alvarado RBT, CBT

Sam Alvarado RBT, CBT

Senior Behavior Technician

Nick Wilson RBT, CBT

Nick Wilson RBT, CBT

Senior Behavior Technician

Michelle Nicholes RBT, CBT

Michelle Nicholes RBT, CBT

Senior Behavior Technician

Orlando Roseboro RBT, CBT

Orlando Roseboro RBT, CBT

Behavior Technician

Hannah Sheehan RBT, CBT

Hannah Sheehan RBT, CBT

Behavior Technician

Jessica Krzycki RBT, CBT

Jessica Krzycki RBT, CBT

Behavior Technician

Yoshiko Shibayama RBT, CBT

Yoshiko Shibayama RBT, CBT

Behavior Technician

Kaleigh McKnight M.S. SLP-CF, CBT

Kaleigh McKnight M.S. SLP-CF, CBT

Speech Pathology Clincial Fellow/Behavior Technician

Sabrina Barnett RBT, CBT

Sabrina Barnett RBT, CBT

Behavior Technician

Jessica Ruelas RBT, CBT

Jessica Ruelas RBT, CBT

Behavior Technician

Amy Althauser RBT, CBT

Amy Althauser RBT, CBT

Behavior Technician

Ashley Lankford RBT, CBT

Ashley Lankford RBT, CBT

Behavior Technician

Keishla Soto-Sanchez

Keishla Soto-Sanchez

Behavior Technician RBT, CBT

Arianne Delos Reyes CBT

Arianne Delos Reyes CBT

Behavior Technician

Jennifer Shin CBT

Jennifer Shin CBT

Behavior Technician

Kellie Fowler CBT

Kellie Fowler CBT

Behavior Technician

Lauren Quaranta CBT

Lauren Quaranta CBT

Behavior Technician

Erin Blood CBT

Erin Blood CBT

Behavior Technician

Emily Mincin CBT

Emily Mincin CBT

Behavior Technician

Shea Smith

Shea Smith

Behavior Technician Trainee

Greg Wallin

Greg Wallin

Behavior Technician Trainee

Shelby Pilo

Shelby Pilo

Behavior Technician Trainee

Kelcie Adams

Kelcie Adams

Behavior Technician Trainee

Daniel Nash-Mendez

Daniel Nash-Mendez

Behavior Technician Trainee

Nicole Stinnett

Nicole Stinnett

Behavior Technician Trainee