He started this company in 2006 and has worked both domestically and internationally to provide educational services to children and adults with behavior issues. In 2013, Dr. Pritchard launched our sister company, Lodestone Academy with the express purpose of filling a need for high quality behavior analytic services for folks suffering from severe behavior problems. He used his wealth of experience to structure the center programming and staff training to provide the highest quality of care to Orlando’s students.
In addition to clinical practice, Dr. Pritchard has published in multiple journals within the behavior analytic field on a wide range of topics from teaching verbal behavior to changing driving habits. Dr. Pritchard also serves as President of the Association for Science in Autism Treatment, has served on the Executive Council of the Association for Behavior Analysis International and was a member of the Supervision Task Force of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
Dr. Pritchard’s passion lies in utilizing behavior analysis to enhance the education of students who are otherwise unable to be served by the standard educational practices. He fervently believes that disabilities and behavioral disorders should not mean education should not be provided. While the use of behavior analysis is certainly helpful in reducing problem behavior, its real power lies in the ability to best teach skills that will make the problem behavior unnecessary.
Rhonda Dunlap; Chief Operating Officer
Rhonda has been with JKP Analysts, LLC since 2009. She was born and raised in Texas. She spent six years in the financial industry working with banks and savings and loans. She has ten years’ experience in credit
union management, working closely with federal auditors to ensure compliance to fast changing laws. In addition she provided training to the management of other institutions on use of electronically submitted general ledger data. This was followed by eleven years’ experience as a licensed Childcare Administrator and Director of Training for a campus housing 75 adolescent girls. She was instrumental in overhauling and restructuring the administration for that facility. In order to help the residents of the campus understand the value of giving back, she established and directed a clown troupe that did outreach in area hospitals and nursing homes as well as at community functions that served as fundraisers for the foundation. After leaving Texas, (with a brief pause in Nebraska) she settled in the foothills of South Carolina where she headed up fundraising for several organizations. She and her husband, John, have since lived in Belize and the Dominican Republic. Upon moving to Florida she founded and operated a canine training company and for six years was active in pet rescue. She has now been enjoying the Florida sunshine for twelve years. She enjoys traveling, books, her dogs Sassy, Skeeter and Dolly, bonsai trees and her pet flying squirrel, Poley.
Jenn Martin MS, BCBA
Morgan Wicks, MA, BCaBA
Cassandra Bailey, MA, BCBA; Branch Director
Cassandra received her BA at University of California, Irvine and began working in the ABA field as a 1:1 therapist upon graduation in 2010. This inspired her to obtain a Master of Arts in Teaching with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis from National University in 2012. She became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in February, 2014. Cassandra has over seven years of experience providing ABA services to children ages 0 to 18 and over five years of supervision experience. She has worked in a variety of settings including home, school, and community environments and has extensive experience training parents, teachers, and staff as well as managing a variety of ABA programs. Cassandra is also experienced in conducting functional behavior assessments, developing behavior intervention plans, and implementing methods such as Discrete Trial Training, Functional Communication Training, Pivotal Response Training, among other evidence-based teaching practices.
Amanda Pruett, MS, RBT
Amanda received her Master’s degree in Community Counseling from Troy State University. After 5 years working in various counseling capacities, including working with children with autism, Amanda found ABA and knew that it was the proper field for her when she obtained her Registered Behavior Technician certification in December, 2015. Amanda recently completed her coursework (Florida Institute of Technology) and supervised fieldwork requirements for her BCBA certification and will be sitting for her exam in the coming months.
Sharon Magpantay, BA, RBT
Sharon holds a BA in Human Services and Management and is currently attending Kaplan University pursuing a degree in Applied Behavior Analysis. She has both personal and professional experience with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and has been providing ABA services to families for over two years. Sharon obtained her Registered Behavior Technician certification in February, 2017.
Tiara Clemmons, BS, RBT
Tiara graduated from Columbus State University with a BS in Psychology and began delivering 1:1 ABA services to children with autism upon graduation in the beginning of 2017. She obtained her Registered Behavior Technician certification in March, 2017 and is currently completing coursework and fieldwork to obtain her BCaBA certification.
Sydnie Davis, RBT
Sydnie is currently pursuing a BS in Psychology at Columbus State University. She has previous experience working with children with special needs and has been working in the ABA field since March, 2017. She became certified as a Registered Behavior Technician since May, 2017.
Danielle Garrett, BS, RBT
Danielle has an extensive background working with children with special needs and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Point University. She obtained her Registered Behavior Technician certification in June, 2017.