Lynsey Jackson, M.A., BCBA, LBA
Founder, Executive Director

Lynsey started her career in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in 2004 after attending an informational session on working with children with autism, where she was recruited to be an in-home behavioral therapist and shortly thereafter began working in a private clinic. Lynsey went on to receive her Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Houston at Clear Lake under the direction of Dr. Dorothea Lerman and Dr. Jennifer Fritz. During her practicum, she authored research that would later be presented at the Association for Behavior Analysts International Conference in 2011 and subsequently submitted for publication in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.

Lynsey has practiced in ABA in Houston for almost 20 years, specializing in autism spectrum disorders, conduct and oppositional disorders, and developmental disabilities, working with a variety of ages and severity. She has created and supervised programs relating to early childhood intervention, feeding programs, social skills development, functional communication training, expressive and receptive language development, toilet training, cognitive skills, severe behavior reduction, and life skills development.

Lynsey is passionate about the field of Applied Behavior Analysis and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and using her expertise to help families and professionals realize the true potential of children, youth, and young adults living with developmental or behavioral disorders. It is her mission to provide high quality ABA treatment services to individuals with autism and other developmental delays, as well as education and training to parents and professionals living or working with those with special needs.