ABA Clinic

ABA Clinic


Brian Davis. Brian received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Central Michigan University. He has given numerous presentations in the field of Behavior Analysis, including one at the Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan Conference and the Applied Behavior Analysis International Conference. Brian enjoys snowboarding in the winter months and being on the water in the summer months. “Being able to witness changes in these kiddo’s lives on a daily basis is a constant reminder to myself that I chose the right field to be in.”

Julianne Kessler. I started at Behavior Health Partners in December of 2017, while I am new to BHP, I am not new to ABA therapy. I have been doing ABA therapy for almost 10 years. I have a Bachelor’s of Science from Western Michigan University. I am pursuing a Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis with hopes of becoming a BCBA. What has kept me in this field for so long it is not only getting to work with great kids and their families, but also getting to see the kid’s personalities develop more. When I’m not working, I like to spend time with my family and be outside as much as I can. I love to play any type of board game and currently haven’t lost a game of Connect 4 in about 5 years.

Larry Nicholson. Larry has been with Behavior Health Partners for several summers. He is a graduate of Northern Michigan University. He has been working in the field of special education for 8 years and has been coaching athletes and students for 20 years. Larry enjoys sports, spending time with his family, and making a difference in children’s lives.

Aaustin McCormick. Aaustin has been working in ABA for three years and joined the BHP team in February 2018. She received her B.S. in Psychology from Grand Valley State University and is pursuing her Master’s degree with plans to become a BCBA. Outside of work, Aaustin enjoys spending time with her partner, their pets, and their friends and families. Her hobbies include camping, reading, and playing games. Aaustin’s favorite part of working here is helping kids learn the skills to communicate their wants and needs.


Employees of Behavior Health Partners having fun.