Francesca graduated from Arizona State University with an M.Ed. in Applied Behavior Analysis, completed her practicum at UW, and became a BCBA in May of 2018. Prior to this, she spent several years in the ABA field as behavior therapist. During this time, she had the great fortune of working with families of different backgrounds, on a variety of different skills. In spring of 2018, she joined Yev Veverka of Mealtime Matters and ultimately assisted her in starting Prism Behavioral Consulting. Today, Francesca enjoys working directly with clients and their families in homes, schools, and in the community. Collaborating with other professionals, like teachers, SLPs, and OTs, to provide comprehensive services to clients is also a passion of hers. Her primary goal for Prism is to provide quality care and to support families in supporting their neurodiverse children! Because all families are so different, Francesca strives to tailor support plans to each family's specific needs, with their child's individuality, interests, and autonomy in mind. When she isn't working, she enjoys lifting weights and spending time with husband and daughter.
CHLOE HAGANS CBT, RBT
Lead Behavior Technician
Chloe graduated from the University of Washington with a B.A. in Early Childhood and Family Studies in 2018. As the sibling of someone diagnosed with autism, she grew up seeing the impact that individualized instruction could have in a child's life. Shortly before graduating she joined the Prism Behavioral Consulting team as a Behavior Technician and has enjoyed learning more about ABA therapy and getting to know new kids and their families ever since. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family and playing video games with her friends.
DAISY DEELY CBT
Daisy graduated from Western Washington University with a BA in Human Services and is currently pursuing their LMHC at Seattle University. They've spent the last year and a half applying ABA practices in a neurodiverse school setting. They're a lifelong learner, always pondering ways to creatively solve problems. With an extensive background in music and education, they're curious as to how they can continue integrating rhythm and tonal exercises into learning environments. In their leisure time they love to read, play harp/guitar/drums/sing, listen to music, and cook with friends.
KRISTINE BROWN CBT
Kristine graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology in 2018. This past year she got to work with a child who has down syndrome and autism, and enjoyed being part of their journey. She is excited to see how every kid learns differently and be a part their growth. In her free time she likes to spend time with her friends, go to a boxing class, and sit outside and enjoy the sun.
MEGAN TUCKER CBT
Megan graduated from the University of Washington with a B.A. in Psychology. She has spent the last two and a half years exploring her passion for working with children and their families by providing ABA therapy as a Behavior Technician. She also has experience working directly with SLPs. She has worked with nearly one hundred kids and is always eager and grateful to get to know each of them and be a part of their progress. Megan plans on getting an M.Ed. in Applied Behavior Analysis. In her free time she enjoys hiking, cooking, reading, and spending time with friends and family. She also loves curling up on the couch with her two adorable cats and watching movies.
ANGELICA YU M.ED., BCBA
Angelica is pursuing her Master’s degree at the University of Washington and is nearing the end of her ABA program. After finishing her program she plans to sit for the BCBA Exam to obtain her BCBA certification. Angelica has had years of experience working with children and young adults in homes, clinics, and school settings. She loves to collaborate with parents and other specialists to provide all-encompassing interventions. When Angelica is not studying or at work she loves to relax on the couch and watch new TV shows or movies.
EVIANNE POTTS CBT, RBT
Evianne graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Sonoma State University in 2017. During her undergraduate studies, Evianne participated in an internship with Humanidad Therapy & Education services, where she provided trauma-informed, mindfulness-based support to middle school and high school students in Santa Rosa, California. In 2018, Evianne migrated from Northern California to Tacoma, Washington where she began cultivating her experience providing behavioral support to students at a local charter school, in conjunction with a close-knit team of educators, specialists, and mental health therapists. For the last year and a half, Evianne has practiced as a Registered Behavior Technician, where she has provided behavioral-based intervention to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in clinical, in-home, and community-based settings. Through her work, Evianne become dedicated to furthering her knowledge and scope of practice to best fit the needs of the neurodiverse clients and families she serves.
EMILY ALLEN CBT, RBT
Emily graduated from the University of California, Davis in 2018; during her time as an undergraduate student she worked as a reading tutor for elementary students with autism, ADHD, and related diagnoses and immediately fell in love with the field. After graduating she worked as an RBT in California before recently moving back to the Seattle area to be with family. During the summers of 2019 and 2020, Emily worked at the UW Autism Center’s APEX Summer Camp in a naturalistic ABA setting to provide intensive clinical behavior treatment while also providing the fun and social experiences associated with a summer camp. Emily treasures the unique relationships and memories she has with all of the kids she works with, and is always eager to learn from families, other professionals, her peers, and the kids. When she isn’t working Emily enjoys camping and cooking with her family, hanging out with friends, or just watching Netflix.
JESSICA JAMES CBT
Jessica graduated from Central Washington University with her B.A. in Psychology. She has spent the last year working with high school aged students with autism in an academic settings. She enjoys working with people of all ages and is excited to join the team and build on her past experience working with children on the spectrum. In her spare time she volunteers as an arts enrichment coordinator for the elderly, listens to music, and spends time outdoors.
MAGGIE BRIMHALL CBT, RBT
Born and raised in Vancouver, WA Maggie moved to Seattle in August of 2015. Shortly after moving to the area Maggie fell in love with the field of ABA therapy. She has worked in home, clinic, and school setting. Maggie’s favorite thing about ABA therapy is helping children and their families achieve their goals. Currently Maggie attends Northern Arizona University online to obtain her degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. When she is not working, Maggie is either exploring the Seattle area with her dog Jasper, or cooking new recipes.