ABOUT

There is a substantial unmet need in our area for ABA services to help meet these challenges. Our years of experience providing high-quality, compassionate care position us well to help address this shortage and ensure continuity of care for families who have lost their providers. By opening our clinic, we will provide desperately needed treatment options for children with ASD and/or developmental/intellectual disabilities in our community as well as provide employment opportunities for the skilled professionals looking to expand their knowledge in the field of ABA as well as being a part of a collaborative team.

MEET OUR FOUNDER

Allyse Eide

Allyse is originally from North Pole, Alaska, and has lived in Colorado Springs since 2012. Allyse received her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Allyse worked as a Services Coordinator at a local community resource agency where she discovered the field of ABA. She began working as an RBT in ‚Äč2016. She completed her Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis with an Emphasis in Autism at Ball State University in 2020 and received her BCBA certification in May of 2021. Allyse has worked in home, clinic, school, and community settings with children ages 2-21. In her practice, Allyse values assent-based and trauma-informed care. She values incorporating play and nature-based approaches to learning as well as collaboration with caregivers and outside providers to achieve a truly comprehensive approach with each child.

MEET OUR FOUNDER

Erin Keup

Originally from Virginia Beach, Virginia, Erin has lived in Colorado Springs since 2021. Erin received her B.S. in Psychology from Old Dominion University and developed a passion for early childhood development and behavioral interventions while working as a preschool teacher for 5 years. Erin’s journey in the field of ABA began as an RBT in 2018. She completed her Master’s Degree in Special Education/Applied Behavior Analysis at George Mason University in May of 2021 and received her BCBA certification in June of 2021. Erin has worked in home, clinic, and community settings with children ages 2-13. In her practice, Erin values assent-based and trauma-informed care and emphasizes the importance of a collaborative and comprehensive approach for each child. Erin values finding the just-right challenge for each child and celebrating every moment of progress in her clients.

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