Now open in Sugar Land
No matter where your child is on the autism spectrum, we provide the learning environment they need!
We're excited about the opportunity to provide 1-to-1 ABA therapy and individualized treatment plans for the children of Sugar Land and Houston. We’d like to encourage you to attend one of our informational sessions or set up a tour at our brand new, state-of-the-art treatment center so you can see, first-hand, what makes Behavioral Innovations different from other ABA providers. We look forward to meeting you soon!
Inside the Treatment Center
Our Treatment Centers Feature:
- Spacious therapy rooms
- Circle Time group space
- Gross Motor Sensory room
- Kitchen and client dinning area
- Client lockers
- Parent observation room
Treatment Center Staff
Jovan Phillips, BCBA
Jovan is a military brat that attended high school in LaMaddalena, Italy and graduated high school in Okinawa, Japan. When she is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family that includes her two sons and her partner, Terrell, as well as her mom and teenage brothers and nephew. She enjoys cheering for her boys at their sporting events, trying local restaurants around the Houston area, and watching good movies at home.
Clinical Operations Manager
Jamesha has over six years of experience in local ABA centers. With an Associates degree in Business, and Bachelors in Psychology, Jamesha is eager to combine her skills to help and assist the Sugar Land community. When she isn’t at work, Jamesha spends her time traveling, adding jigsaw puzzles to her collection, and kickboxing!
Kim joined Behavioral Innovations from HealthTrust Workforce Solutions (HCA) where she provided operational support ranging from payroll to leading various rolling compliance deadlines for all nursing staff in the region. Prior to that, Kim dedicated two years to Hill Country Holdings as a Senior Office Manager leading two customer facing locations in operational and customer service excellence.
When Kim is not at work, she is furiously devouring books, exploring new recipes with her husband, or biking at the nearby parks. Recently, she has begun developing a clean-up program for roadside refuse in her local community. This year, she plans to start taking dance classes and hopes to work up to a deadlift of 200 lbs.