Megan Tadvick received her M.Ed. in 2011 and BCBA in 2014 after having started in the ABA field five years prior. Her experience in the field of applied behavior analysis has varied across the school, home, and clinic settings and includes the treatment and management of challenging behavior, in-home skill acquisition programming, and the assessment and treatment of severe maladaptive behaviors exhibited by individuals with special needs and developmental disabilities. Additionally, Megan specializes in training parents, teachers, and providers on behavior intervention plans, individualized programming, and focused treatment plans. She enjoys hiking with her husband and two sons, exercising, and reading.
- Ed: Arizona State University
- BS: University of Idaho