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M.S. in Counseling/ABA, BCBA

Alana became a student of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) during her undergraduate dual-enrollment in Neuroscience & Behavior and Psychology at Florida Atlantic University. During this time she worked as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) while conducted her undergraduate research at FAU’s WAVES Developmental Psychology Lab. Following this experience she pursued her graduate education at Nova Southeastern University where she completed her Masters of Science in Counseling with a focus on Advanced Applied Behavior Analysis. She returned to her Alma Mater, NSU, in 2021 to begin her doctorate in Special Education with a dissertation focus on parent training assessment and curricula. 

Alana has experience as a clinical director, consultant, business manager, director of operations, and intake coordinator,  across the clinic, home, school, and daycare environments. She focuses on a naturalistic, rapport-based approach to parent training and finds a hands-on approach to supervision allows her to be involved and invested in each families journey. 

Outside of the ABA landscape Alana is a hobbyist whose joys include traveling, gardening, cooking, and exploring the outdoors with her family.

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I graduated from the school psychology program at UNO in 2017, then got my BCBA in 2018.  I've been practicing in schools as a psychologist since graduation and have served a wide variety of school districts.  I spent time as an RBT during graduate school, and I was the clinical director for a clinic-based company in Omaha for a year before COVID shutdowns.  I love the scientific aspect of ABA and how we can utilize these processes to make the best decisions regarding any human behavior imaginable. 
Lately I've been learning a great deal about precision teaching and how to integrate this into clinical and school based practice.  In my spare time I enjoy playing music, weightlifting, finance, investing, being outside, and spending time with the family.

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I received my BA in Psychology from Hastings College, my Masters degree in Community Counseling from the University of Nebraska-Kearney, my BCBA coursework from Florida Institute of Technology, and my PhD in ABA from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. When I started in the field, I worked as a mental health counselor providing individual, family, and group counseling. Over the years, I have worked with children in residential care, adolescents with substance use issues, and adults with developmental disabilities in both facility and community-based services. I live out in the country near the Kansas-Nebraska border, and commute over an hour to see my clients in Lincoln. Outside of work, I enjoy cooking for friends and family, competing in cooking and barbecue competitions, NASCAR races, traveling, singing karaoke, playing Texas Hold'em poker, spending time with my many pets, and hanging out in my swimming pool.

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M.S. in Psychology, BCBA

Hi! I am originally from Los Angeles, California, and moved to Omaha in mid-February 2022. I attended the University of California, Irvine and majored in Psychology and Social Behavior. During my senior year at UC Irvine, I got a job as a behavior interventionist and quickly fell in love with the field—eventually becoming an RBT. While working as an RBT, I attended Capella University for my graduate study where I completed my Masters in Psychology, with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis. Although I have been a BCBA since 2018 with a little over 8 years total of experience in the field of ABA, I am still learning and still in love with the field as if it was when I first started as a behavior interventionist. I am particularly interested in parent training and education as I find that there is a direct correlation between how involved a parent is and their child’s overall outcome and success in their ABA programs.  I am also passionate about personal and professional growth and development for RBTs who may eventually want to become a BCBA!
Outside of ABA, I enjoy working out at the gym, exploring fun foodie spots, and traveling. My last travel spot was Hawaii (pictured)!
I look forward to working with YOU :)

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MA in Special Education & ABA, BCBA

I have worked in the field of ABA with children and adults with disabilities in the clinic, home, school and community settings since 2017. First as an RBT, then a BCaBA, then a BCBA.

I love my job because I get to have lots of fun during therapy sessions, and work as a team with RBT's and parents to help clients achieve meaningful outcomes.




My name is Freskida Griffiths and I am a BCBA at Above and Beyond! I am from Albania and that's where I started my career as Speech Language Pathologist. I absolutely love being a BCBA! I am very passionate about being our clients best advocates and applying ABA to everyday life. When I am not with my clients I do mentorship classes where I help Master students and RBTs study to pass the BCBA exam. I spend my free time reading books, cooking yummy foods, baking , taking pictures, dancing and going on walks or hikes with my husband.
Fan fact about me : I speak 4 languages, I read a book a week and I love hugs!

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've worked in the field of ABA since 2016, and became a BCBA in 2019.  I'm passionate about providing trauma-free, compassionate ABA services to clients, and teaching skills through play and natural environment learning opportunities.  I grew up and currently live in Washington.  In my free time, I enjoy being on the water, hiking mountains, and spending time with my husband and animals.

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Community Outreach Coordinator
MA Applied Behavior Analysis, BCBA

My name is Kelly Wieczorek. Born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. I have been in the behavioral world since 2014. I have two bachelor degrees in Secondary Education and English Literature from University of Nebraska at Omaha. I was trained in play based therapy and Pivotal Response Treatment in the beginning of my behavior career. I have experience from working in-home, research clinics, school-based settings, and hybrid naturalistic clinics. I love working with all-ages and focus on development of skills across all natural environments and collaboration with other service providers. Collaboration is the key component to make ethical and lasting behavior change for our clients. In my free time, I love to be with my husband-to-be and our pet bird, Archer. I have extensive hobbies including karaoke, bowling, movies, and eating. Feel free to contact me at my email if you have any questions on cases or would like any recommendations for places to eat!

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My name is Lindsey Aberle. I received my Master's of Science from the University of Nebraska Omaha where I worked on an interdisciplinary grant across the disciplines of applied behavior analysis, special education, and school psychology. During my master's I provided school-based consultation. Prior to starting my masters, I worked at the New England Center for Children on the Intensive Treatment Team which was a team that provided services to individuals with severe behaviors. Before working at the New England Center for Children, I received my Bachelor of Arts from the University of Kansas in Applied Behavior Science with an emphasis on autism. While attending the University of Kansas, I worked at Educare which is an all-inclusive preschool, and at the Kansas Early Autism Program (KEAP) which provides 1 to 1 services to individuals with autism. My goal is to use these experiences to help provide the best services to my clients.




Hello, my name is Michaelle and I was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. Upon graduating from Purdue University in 2015, I immersed myself in the field of ABA, from a BT, RBT, Lead RBT and now a BCBA after earning my Master's from Ball State University. I love anime, dancing, going out with family and friends, and I just overall love what I do.

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Hello, my name is Nehemiah Koroma and I have been working in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis for the past 6 years now. My experiences have mainly been with early intervention clients, but I have a wide range of experience working with every demographic. My passion is working with children and adults with severe problem behavior utilizing functional analysis to determine the factor maintaining their challenging behavior.  In my spare time I enjoy going to the movies, reading spiritual books and spending time with my family and friends.

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