Megan Aulie is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She obtained her Masters of Science degree in Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis from Purdue University Global. As a BCBA, Megan specializes in Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy (ABA Therapy), primarily working with children and adolescents diagnosed with Autism Spectrum
Disorder and Attention-Deficit Hyperactive Disorder and other behavioral disorders. ABA therapy focuses on teaching meaningful outcomes related to social skills, expressive and receptive communication skills and working to decrease challenging behaviors while teaching appropriate, replacement behaviors. Megan is passionate about focusing on teaching children and adolescent to communicate their wants and needs instead of engaging in challenging behavior. Research indicates that the overall quality of life for the client and their family significantly improves with this type of therapy.
Megan’s clinical experience includes intensive toilet training, working on social skills and self-regulation skills, targeting flexibility and restrictive behaviors, teaching pre-readiness skills for early learners, and overall helping to remediate symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Megan has experience providing ABA therapy in a variety of settings including, schools, community
settings, clinics and homes. Additionally, Megan takes pride in working in a collaborative approach with all individuals that are involved with the client (e.g., teachers, psychologists, therapists etc.) to enrich the therapy and ensure skills are being generalized to other environments and the best quality of care is being provided to the individual.