Columbus, GA (PRWEB) May 25, 2017
Lighthouse Behavioral Consulting is located in Columbus, Georgia. Lighthouse Behavioral Consulting was established in 2015 by Marcus and Jessica McKee. The McKee's have each worked in the field of behavior analysis for almost 10 years. They received their Master's Degrees in Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida State University, which is one of the top-rated programs for ABA in the nation. Specializing in the treatment of autism and other developmental disabilities, Marcus and Jessica have extensive experience working with individuals of all ages, ranging from 18 months into adulthood. They have served individuals in a variety of settings including in the home, schools, community and residential settings. In addition, Marcus and Jessica have contributed the professional development and supervision of many RBTs and graduate students seeking to obtain their BCBAs. With dedication and genuine love for their clients, they strive every day to provide effective treatment that supports the development of truly meaningful skills and lasting behavior change.
For more information about Lighthouse Behavioral Consulting visit their website at http://www.lighthousebehavior.com or email them at info(at)lighthousebehavior.com
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