Meet Megan Chapman, a seasoned Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) serving as our Behavioral Group and Family Support Specialist for the Preschool-Based ABA Program. With over a decade of experience in the field, Megan brings a wealth of knowledge, achievements, and contributions to our team.
Megan’s educational background is rooted in completing the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) course sequence from the Florida Institute of Technology. She holds a Master of Arts in Applied Developmental Psychology from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Driven by a passion to make a meaningful impact, Megan excels in working with dual- or multi-diagnoses kids, leveraging her background in Developmental Psychology. Her unwavering commitment to preparing children for school underscores the importance she places on this aspect within the realm of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Outside of her professional commitments, Megan is an enthusiast of various crafts (cross-stitching, needle point, embroidery, knitting) and boasting an extensive collection of over 1500 titles as an avid reader. Additionally, she actively participates in a wine-themed endeavor. Notably, Megan shares a quirky aversion to the color orange, excluding bell peppers from this unique preference.