This is a resource for families and other practitioners. If you are an ORABA member who’s a practitioner and would like to be listed on this page, please fill out our member information form.
BCBA = Board Certified Behavior Analyst; BCaBA = Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst; LBA = Licensed Behavior Analyst (Oregon state); LAB = Licensed Assistant Behavior Analyst (Oregon State), RBAI – Registered Behavior Analysis Interventionist (Oregon State)
ORABA does not guarantee or endorse the providers or services listed here, nor do we guarantee that providers are up-to-date on their licensure or certification. You can check on a provider’s status at the BACB and Oregon Health Licensing Office. We’ve listed the Business and Individual members who have elected to be part of this directory, along with their official member employees. Many of the businesses have other certified members on staff who are not listed here.
Alice Keyl Austin, PhD, BCBA-D, LBA
ToeKnee Morales, MA, BCBA, LBA
11481 SW Hall Blvd. Suite 104
Portland, OR 97223
Phone: (971) 258-5555
Providing a variety of ABA-based services to children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Emily Hoyt, MA, BCBA Co-owner
Beth Mishler, MA, BCBA Co-owner
Melissa Gard, PhD, BCBA-D, LBA, Clinical Director
Kaylee Day, MA, BCBA, LBA
Emily Kearney, MA, BCBA, LBA
Lauren Linclau, BCBA, LBA
4724 SW Macadam Avenue
Portland, OR 97239
Phone: (503) 235-3122
Specializing in behavioral interventions to help young children children with autism spectrum disorders become happy, social, communicative people. We use scientifically proven techniques to help children succeed in the home, classroom, and community.
Ages served: 2-9
Candice Pogge, BCBA, LBA (Regional Manager)
Greg Macke, BCBA
5801 NW Cornelius Pass Road
Hillsboro, OR 97214
Phone: (971) 762-1144
The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) is among the world’s largest and most experienced autism treatment providers and the third largest non-governmental organization in the United States contributing to autism research. CARD was founded in 1990 by leading autism expert and clinical psychologist Doreen Granpeesheh, PhD, BCBA-D. CARD diagnoses, assesses, and treats individuals of all ages who are affected by autism spectrum disorder (ASD) at treatment centers throughout the United States and around the globe. CARD treats individuals with ASD using the principles and procedures of applied behavior analysis (ABA), which is empirically proven to be the most effective method for treating individuals with ASD and recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the US Surgeon General.
Carla-Marie Myers, BCBA, LBA (owner)
Caroline De Jesus, BCBA
Merilee Schmidt, BCaBA
8019 NE 13th Avenue
Vancouver, WA 97214
Phone: (360) 984-3131
At Discovery Behavior Solutions, our mission is to provide positive, safe, and effective ABA services, including ABA therapy, behavior consultation and training, to improve the quality of life for the individuals we work with. DBS strives to be supportive, non-judgmental, and caring to the families, caregivers, school staff, and other members of the community that the individual lives with. All methods and strategies implemented utilize evidence-based practices from the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Ages served: Birth-Adolescent
Corey Stump, MA, BCBA, LBA
Jessica Barkley, MA, BCBA, LBA
3415 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
Footprints Behavioral Interventions offers comprehensive services to individuals with autism and related disorders from infancy to adulthood. Our behavioral programs are implemented through a combination of structured and goal-oriented, play-based teaching interactions.
Robbin Sobotka-Soles, BCaBA, LAB
Shana Lahar, BCBA, LBA
2120 SW Jefferson Street, Suite #B200
Portland, OR 97201
Phone: (503) 244-4083
We provide evidence based treatment and financial assistance and resources to families affected by autism and assist in providing qualified professionals and educational & training opportunities in the field of behavior analysis to fulfill the need for children diagnosed with autism.
Ages served: Birth – Age 10
Erica Holding, BCaBA, LBA
Matt McAlear, BCBA, LBA
1675 SW Marlow Ave, Suite 204
Portland, OR 97225
Phone: (971) 248-2395
KOI provides Behavioral Health Services for children from initial diagnosis through early adolescent years diagnosed on the autism spectrum. Our team focuses on evidence-based interventions, based in the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), that are proven to be effective in increasing skills of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and similar disabilities. KOI’s Behavioral Health Services follow best practice guidelines and deliver services on an individualized basis. Our Behavioral Health Services combine child-centered interventions with training parents and other loved ones to implement successful interventions outside of formal intervention.
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At KOI we strive to provide each child and family we serve the same opportunity to achieve success, inspire others and fulfill one’s destiny. It was the idea of “working with the best” that drove the creation of KOI. We are a team made up of diverse expertise and experience. Our focus on our people is evident in everything we do. We are committed to providing our team with rigorous training curricula, on-going supervision and support to ensure their continued professional development. KOI is made up of people who work according to strict professional and ethical guidelines, and are exemplary in their fields. When working with KOI, you can expect the best.
Ages served: Birth – Adolescents
Melanie Shaw, MA, BCBA, LBA
Amber Crane, BCBA, LBA
1800 NW 169th Place, Bldg. 100
Beaverton, OR 97006
Phone: (503) 737-4693
Intensive early learner program for ages 3 to 6 in Beaverton.
Amy Aadland, PsyD
Corrigan Luther, BCBA, LBA
18765 SW Boones Ferry Rd. , Suite 100
Tualatin OR 97062
Phone: (503) 737-4693
Early Intervention Program (EIP): Housed in our Tualatin, Oregon office, this program uses interventions grounded in ABA to help children between the ages of 18 months and 6 years old who struggle with language, feeding, toilet training, social skills, and behavior problems.
Intensive Behavior Unit (IBU): Also housed in our Tualatin, Oregon office, this program is designed for children and teens with physically aggressive or self-injurious behaviors. This is our most intensive program for children and teens. Treatment is offered Monday through Friday. This facility is specially equipped to safely handle severe behavior. This program is best suited for individuals with social, behavioral, and/or language challenges that make it difficult to leave the home or attend school full time.
Ages served: Birth – 3, Age 3-5, Age 5-10, Adolescents
Patricia Wigney, Executive Director
Rachel White, BCBA, LBA
Mailing Address: PO Box 10639
Eugene, OR 97440
Location Address: 555 East 15th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97405
Phone: (541) 345-0805
Bridgeway House offers treatments, developmental therapies, enrichment courses, and support to children and families of all income levels affected by autism and related disabilities.
Ages served: Birth – Adults
Jenny Fischer, PhD, BCBA-D, LBA
Nikole McEwen, BCBA, LBA
PO Box 1432
Bend, OR 97709
Phone: (541) 480-2570
Amanda Melby, BCBA, LBA
In home ABA services provided directly by a BCBA, specializing in early intervention and verbal behavior.
Ages served: Toddler-early elementary
Jenna Sant-Wing, BCBA, LBA
3995 Marcola Road
Springfield, OR 97477
Phone: (541) 726-1465
ABA services at The Child Center provide Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) to children ages 1 through 3 years and individualized 1:1 services to kids and adolescents through age 18. A clinic-based, home-based or hybrid model (clinic and home combination) is available. Parent training, in individualized and/or group settings, is heavily emphasized.