Zach began providing ABA services as a BCBA intern in 2018. In the summer of 2020, he completed his coursework and passed the boards to become a BCBA. Zach has experience working with children ages 2-17. Zach has worked in clinics, homes and schools working with a variety of diagnoses including: Autism, ADHD, ODD, Anxiety Disorders, OCD, and more!
In his spare time, Zach enjoys spending time with his family, watching movies and playing sports.
Ryan Raynes, B.A. BCaBA,
Ryan began providing ABA services in 2016. While serving as a Registered Behavior Technician, he completed his coursework and became a BCaBA in the start of 2020. Ryan has experience working with a wide range of clients from 1-70 years of age. He also has experience working with ASD, Cri-du chat syndrome, TBI's and Downs Syndrome. Ryan is currently supervising our ABA clinic, providing assessments, and family trainings.
Kelly “Rae” Begil, B.S. BCaBA
Rae began providing ABA services as a Behavior Tech in 2017. In 2018, Rae became a Registered Behavior Tech. She began coursework to be a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) in 2021 after graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders. She became credentialed as a BCaBA in early 2023. Rae has experience working with individuals with ASD, as well as anxiety disorders, OCD, and ADHD from the ages 18 months to 21 years old. In her spare time, Rae loves to scrapbook, crochet, and read.
Kyra Zamora, RBT
Kyra has been teaching art to children since 2018. She became licensed as a Registered Behavior Technician in 2020 and began working with children with ASD.
Emma Ruth, RBT
Emma began pursuing her career in ABA in 2023 when she became a Registered Behavioral Technician. Emma has completed her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and plans to continue to grow in the field of ABA. In her free time, Emma enjoys hanging out with friends and family, traveling, and playing softball.
Danielle Thomas, RBT
Danielle became a Registered Behavior Technician in 2023. She first learned of ABA through observing sessions while at Marshall University. Danielle is currently pursuing a bachelor’s in Psychology with a minor in Communication Disorders at Marshall, with the plan to continue to grow in the field of ABA. In her free time, Danielle enjoys being outside, listening to music, and spending time with her family and friends.