Compassionate, experienced and accessible behavior analysts with a drive for helping others excel.
Meet OUR Team
Sarah Bornemiss, M.Ed
Sarah Bornemiss, M.Ed, BCBA holds a BA in Psychology from West Virginia University, a M.Ed. in Early Intervention with a specialization in Autism from the University of Pittsburgh and also completed the coursework to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analysis exam. While in pursuit of her M.Ed., Ms. Bornemiss also completed her coursework for Special Education (K-12).
For the past 15 years, Ms. Bornemiss has worked directly with children & adolescents with ASD in their homes using ABA principles and techniques, implementing early intervention programming.
Ms. Bornemiss is a member of the Georgia Association for Behavior Analysts, Association for Professional Behavior Analysts, North Carolina Association for Behavior Analysts, and the Association for Behavior Analysis International.
Loren Lancaster, M.A.,BCBA
Ms. Lancaster, BCBA holds a BA in Psychology from University of Houston, a M.A. in Behavior Analysis Ball State University and also completed the coursework to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analysis exam.
Ms. Lancaster has worked as a behavior analyst for both private ABA clinics, as well as Broward County Public School System. Specializing in working with children ages 2 - 15, Ms. Lancaster utilizes ABA teachings/procedures along with her knowledge of the educational system to better assist clients and their families.
Registered Behavior Technicians
The Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) is a paraprofessional certification in behavior analysis. RBTs assist in delivering behavior analysis services and practice under the direction and close supervision of an RBT Supervisor and/or an RBT Requirements Coordinator, who are responsible for all work RBTs perform.
Being committed to providing quality service which means having well training well educated therapist on staff. All of our therapists are RBTs credentialed by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) or are in the process of becoming one.
We are constantly training and learning new methods to teach our therapist because obtaining that knowledge can better help serve families and their future careers in ABA.