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Amanda Gill, Director of Operations

Amanda Gill

Director of Operations

Amanda is a BCBA/LBS with over a decade of ABA industry experience which includes residential facilities, in-home, school, and clinic-based programs, and clinical training. Amanda has been published and has presented research at numerous national ABA conferences.

Amanda earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development & Family Services at Penn State University. After getting her bachelor’s degree, Amanda obtained her master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from Temple University.

Her thesis evaluated teaching methods used to help individuals with Autism learn to accept being told “no.” Practicing as a BCBA/LBS, Amanda has over a decade of industry experience servicing clients in-home, at-school and with clinic-based programs. She also has a background in clinical training.

Since beginning her professional career in ABA, Amanda has remained an advocate for the evaluation and implementation of best practice treatment methodsfor individuals with Autism. She has been a member of the Pennsylvania Association for Behavior Analysis since 2018, and Amanda has presented on several ABA topics, including the treatment of aggressive behaviors with access to physical play, identification of effective communication systems and use of psychotropic medication in conjunction with ABA services. She has also been published for her research on Increasing the Wearing of Multiple Prescription Prosthetic Devices.

Through her experiences at conferences and symposiums across the country, Amanda has been able to both learn and share information about ABA practices in an effort to grow professionally and make a positive impact in the Autism community. She is passionate about helping clients find the best intervention strategies that work for each individual and their families. Amanda’s wealth of experience in the field only reinforces the notion that every individual deserves individualized care.