Mary Louise received her B.A. from the University of Mississippi with a major in Psychology and minor in Spanish. In her psychology program, she was given the opportunity to serve as a peer instructor, research assistant, and teaching assistant for the courses of Learning and Abnormal Psychology.
Her passion to support children diagnosed with special needs and their families led her to pursue her Master’s of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis at Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN.
In graduate school, she worked as an ABA therapist in-home, in-clinic, and in the community serving children and adolescents diagnosed with developmental disabilities, specifically autism.
Mary Louise has experience as an ABA therapist, BCBA, and Clinical Supervisor in a variety of settings serving children and adolescents diagnosed with developmental disabilities and behavioral difficulties.
Mary Louise believes that every individual has endless potential. She is excited to continue working with her clients on developing functional life skills and behaviors to enhance