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Rebecca Cowell, MS, LLP, BCBA promoted to Clinical Director for Sullivan Center for Autism Brighton!

Strive Center for Autism Burton welcomes new BCBA Jessica Milobar, MS, LLP, BCBA!

 
Sullivan Center for Autism in Brighton is pleased to announce Rebecca Cowell’s promotion to Clinical Director-Brighton Center!  

Rebecca joined the SCFA family in February 2016 as a BCBA providing ABA programming in the Young Children’s Program.  She earned her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Eastern Michigan and began work at a clinic that specialized in providing therapy services to adolescent substance abuse abusers and their families.  In 1999 she earned a Master’s degree in Clinical Behavioral Psychology.  After graduation, Rebecca worked for 3 years at the Michigan Heart and Vascular Institute Shapedown Program as a group leader providing behaviorally-based weight loss programming for adolescents. Concurrently, Rebecca began working in the field of traumatic brain (TBI) and spinal cord injury (SCI) at Special Tree Rehabilitation System (STRS) as a Limited License Psychologist (LLP). Rebecca earned board certification in behavior analysis in 2007 and is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).   Rebecca has over 18 years’ experience specializing in TBI and SCI and to date maintains a small private practice where she continues to serve that population under the supervision of Terry Bradford, PhD. 
Hearing about the intense need for BCBA’s in the field of ASD, Rebecca left her full-time job at STRS in 2014 and began her journey working with the ASD population.

We are grateful to have Rebecca as part of the SCFA family and look forward to her leadership as Clinical Director!

In addition, Strive Center for Autism Burton is pleased to announce that Jessica Milobar, MS, LLP, BCBA is joining their staff!  Jessica earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Oakland University in 2014 and her Master of Science in Clinical Behavioral Psychology from Eastern Michigan University in 2016.  While earning her Master’s degree, Jessica worked as a clinical intern with youth and families at Mandy’s Place Oakland County Children’s Village.  While earning her BCBA certification, she was a practicum student intern and behavior analyst at The Guidance Center in Southgate.  Her most recent work as a BCBA was at Easter Seals serving families in Oakland and Genesee Counties.  Jessica will begin her duties as BCBA at Strive Center for Autism Burton on Monday, June 18th. Please join us in warmly welcoming Jessica to our team of caring staff at Strive!
Rebecca Cowell, MS, LLP, BCBA (left);  Jessica Milobar, MS, LLP, BCBA (right)
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Join the Sullivan and Strive Staff at the
Autism Alliance Hero Walk at the Detroit Zoo!
Autism Alliance of Michigan is hosting their 4th Annual Hero Walk at the Detroit Zoo on July 29, 2018!  We would love for you to join us as we walk to raise money in support those living with autism in our shared community!  Click here for more details!  We hope to see you there!

Unlocking autism one child at a time...

At Sullivan and Strive Center we pride ourselves in offering superior Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to our clients living with autism.  We offer quality ABA by keeping our caseloads low.  This allows our Board Certified Behavior Analysts to customize programming based on the individual needs of each child with strong supervision of therapy as it is being delivered.  We look to partner with other individuals or organizations to serve our clients so that they receive a more comprehensive treatment plan.  Our goal is to get kids ready to be successful in school and to be an active member of their community.  At Strive & Sullivan Centers we want to enrich the lives of the children we serve and also provide a meaningful, supportive work environment for our staff.  We do this by providing strong and accessible leadership, training and support, competitive pay and benefits and a collaborative work environment.  We value positive relationships in all we do and look to work with families, kids and professionals to accomplish or common goals of celebrating the unique qualities of children living with autism.

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