​​​​​​Tremaine McGrew, M.S., BCBA has 10+ years of experience in Behavior Analysis in various clinical settings ranging from private practice to state run Intermediate Care Facilities. Tremaine received his M.S. in Psychology at Walden University. Shortly thereafter, Tremaine completed the Applied Behavior Analysis coursework at the University of North Texas and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2014.

While attending the University of Houston, Tremaine worked as an ABA therapist at a private ABA clinic. He worked with children diagnosed with Autism ranging from ages 2 to 12 y/o. He assisted the BCBA in implementing programs that focused on increasing daily living skills, social skills and verbal behavior. Working at the ABA clinic inspired him to further his collegiate career towards his new found passion of ABA, to which ultimately lead, upon graduation, him to his next role as a Behavior Health Specialist for the Texas Department of Aging and Disability. While in this role, he created treatment plans that focused on decreasing severe challenging behaviors while increasing appropriate functional behaviors for teenagers and adults with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities (IDD). During his time in his role, he obtained experience which includes working with teens and adults who have been diagnosed with intellectual developmental disabilities (IDD), but may also have a dual diagnoses such as Autism, Prader-Willi syndrome, PICA, Bipolar Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Schizophrenia and Intermittent Explosive Disorder. The wealth of knowledge and experience he accumulated through the years, lead him to becoming the Director of Behavior Health Services for the Intermediate Care Facilities. Concurrently, while completing his duties as Director, he also shared his knowledge with the students of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology where he was an Adjunct Professor in the Applied Behavior Analyst Program.

Tremaine is a member of the Texas Associate for Behavior Analysis (TXABA). He also serves on quality assurance committees such as External Peer Review and Restraint Reduction Committee for Health and Human Services. Tremaine’s passion for results continuously leads him to strive to deliver high quality behavior analytic services for each client he serves.

​​​Danielle Frommer, M.A., BCBA, received her Master’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis from Queen’s College in New York in May of 2014. Danielle became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in November of 2014 and is licensed in New York as well as Texas.

 While attending Queens College, Danielle completed her practicum under Dr. Emily Jones, BCBA-D, developing and implementing interventions to target the acquisition of adaptive skills and her supervision under Jennifer Kourissanis-Velasquez, BCBA, providing home-based services to children on the autism spectrum. After becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Danielle continued to receive intensive training under Dr. Patricia Moss, BCBA-D.

 Danielle has experience developing, implementing, and supervising ABA interventions in home-based, community-based and school-based settings for children and adults ages 4 to 25 years. Danielle has experience developing and implementing interventions to target the acquisition of social skills and adaptive skills as well as the reduction of severe challenging behaviors.

 Danielle is a member of the Texas Association for Behavior Analysis (TXABA) and the New York State Association for Behavior Analysis (NYSABA).  She values professional growth and is passionate about implementation of innovative interventions. In her free time, Danielle enjoys exploring her new city of Austin!

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Kendal Wise (BT), a native Texan from the Piney Woods, is currently working towards her M.Ed. in Autism and Developmental Disabilities at the University of Texas at Austin, with an expected graduation date of August 2022. She received her B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Stephen F. Austin State University and has worked with individuals with developmental delays and intellectual disabilities since graduating in 2014.

Kendal has three years of experience in the behavior analysis field, working in the home, clinic, community, and educational settings with individuals ranging from 2 to 14 years old. Her areas of interest include learning about compassionate care, and effective and sustainable programming for families receiving services. Prior to transitioning into the applied behavior analysis field, she worked for two years as a speech-language pathologist assistant in schools scattered across a rural county in East Texas, where she provided services to address language, articulation, and fluency challenges. Along with service provision, Kendal frequently attended continuing education events at the region's educational service center to develop skills regarding the use of augmentative alternative communication devices. She also has experience working as an academic liaison and career coach for young adults with exceptionalities, aged 18 to 29, who are making the first move from residing with their parents toward independent living. 

If she's not studying during her off time, you'll find Kendal on local trails with her dog, Peter, participating in her hobby of native plant and fungi identification.

Tina Ulrich, M.F.A, BCBA, has been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst since 2013. She received her M.F.A from The University of Texas at Austin in 2012. Her research explored the application of Applied Behavior Analysis principles to address play and social skills for children with autism in a fine arts setting.  She also holds a B.F.A in Drama from New York University, and has worked as an artist and educator in schools and communities for over 20 years. 

From 2013-2020, Tina owned and operated a small ABA agency in Austin, TX and currently teaches for Arizona State University in their Special Education M.A. program. Her research interests include social play skills, professional development, parent education, and early intervention

​​​​Erica Harren, M.S., BCBA received her master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from St. Cloud State University in 2012, and in 2013 became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. 

While at St. Cloud State University, under the supervision of Dr. John Rapp, Erica designed and implemented ABA programs in a school setting, including teaching school staff to implement behavior change programs, consulting in IEP meetings, and helping develop students' IEP goals. After graduation, Erica began implementing ABA therapy in the home and community settings in addition to school settings, bringing therapy and caregiver training to wherever the individual and family needed it most. 

Erica has experience ranging from assessing the function of severe challenging behavior to designing and implementing individual ABA therapy programs for early intervention for ASD. She is driven to create evidence-based treatment and use empirically validated interventions to provide highest quality services to every client she works with.  

Erica is a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) and the Texas Association for Behavior Analysis (TXABA), and has presented for both ABAI and the Minnesota Northland Association for Behavior Analysis (MNABA). She has the highest standards for her work with children, and is passionate about her work improving the lives of others using Applied Behavior Analysis. In her free time she enjoys traveling, outdoor activities, and spending time with her family and friends.