Opening Spring 2019!
ABA Coming Soon to Tulsa!
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 Tulsa. 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
Jessica Collins, BCBA, LBA
Jessica is a vital member of the Behavioral Innovations team with several years of both in-home and clinical experience. During her undergraduate, she worked as an RBT in the clinical setting gaining experience working with children with autism and other developmental disabilities. She has spent time working with teachers and other educational professionals as a Behavioral Specialist for the State Department of Oklahoma.
Prior to becoming a BCBA, Jessica obtained her certification as a BCaBA and began providing supervision to RBT's as a Program supervisor in the OKC Metro area. She holds a Master’s degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Psychology with an emphasis in ABA. She understands the need and is very passionate about providing quality services to families in the OKC metro and surrounding areas.
When she is not at work you can find her at the baseball field cheering on her 9 year old son that plays competitive, travel baseball. She is also a fan of Sooner football and many major league baseball teams. Little known fact about Jessica is that the military has moved her all around allowing her the opportunity to live in 7 different states ultimately making Oklahoma her home.