When we talk about our team, we don't just mean a group of professionals who happen to work for the same company. We work together because we believe we are more effective as a team, because we enjoy working with and learning from each other, and we believe quality service depends on more than just a great clinician. It requires a team of behavior analysts, behavior technicians, and administrative support staff all pulling in the same direction, ensuring that we are providing the highest-quality behavioral services with the intention to improve the quality of life for those we support. Learn more about some of our team members and their roles below.
Todd Addleson, MS, BCBA
Todd began his career in 1995 as a school counselor in San Diego, where he focused for ten years on supporting children and adolescents with high-functioning autism and severe behavior disorders. In 2005, after becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), he moved to Hawaii, where he worked for the next seven years in collaboration with the Maui Department of Education and Department of Health, supporting a wide range of children and adults with developmental disabilities. During that time he also served as President of the Hawaii Association for Behavior Analysis. He moved to Colorado in 2012 to start the Behavioral Services Department at Continuum of Colorado, before deciding to transition the entire department to Insight Behavior Partnership. Throughout his career Todd has consistently focused on a person-centered approach with an emphasis on teaching communication and self-management skills to help individuals more effectively make choices, express wants and needs, and to build and strengthen social relationships.
Julie Miller, MS, BCBA
Manager of Adolescent and Adult Services
Julie has more than 13 years of experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities. She has worked in a school setting with young children and adolescents on the autism spectrum, as well as with adults with in a variety of settings including employment, day programs, community, and residential. Julie earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Central Michigan University in 2003, a Master’s in Public Administration from Wright State University in 2010, and a Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism from The Sage Colleges in 2014 along with a Board Certification in Behavior Analysis. Julie also brings experience as both a foster parent and host home provider for individuals with special needs.
Sami Henry, M.Ed., BCBA
Manager of Training & Staff Relations
Sami has more than 8 years of experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities. She began her career working with children with autism at a summer camp before starting her Master’s in Special Education at Texas State University. While at Texas State, Sami worked as a Graduate Research Assistant at the Center for Autism Research, Evaluation, and Support, where she gained hands on experience with children and adults with autism and other intellectual disabilities in clinic, school, and home settings. Sami graduated and received her Board Certification in Behavior Analysis in 2013 and moved to Colorado. Since then, Sami has gained more experience working with adults and children with autism in home settings. Sami also spent time working in the Roaring Fork Valley where she was the clinical manager of an adult program that focused on getting individuals with autism outside and engaged in rock climbing, skiing, white water rafting, wake boarding and farming. When Sami is not working, she can be found on a mountain bike or on foot in the mountains or deserts of Colorado and Utah.
Lillie Wilson, MA, BCBA
Manager of Early Childhood Services
Lillie has been working with individuals with Autism and other Developmental Disabilities since 2005. She was lucky enough to discover behavior analysis during her undergraduate studies at University of Florida, and after a few years working as a behavior technician, decided to pursue her Master’s degree at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. She earned her BCBA in 2011 and went on to practice in both Hong Kong and Australia, supervising ABA programs in school, clinic, and home settings. Lillie has been back in the states since 2017, and is excited about the opportunities for practicing ABA back home. She is passionate about working with individuals in the homes, schools, and communities that they live in, and enjoys empowering caregivers by training them to utilize behavior analytic principles in their everyday lives. In her free time, Lillie enjoys rock climbing and celebrating whenever she can keep the plants in her garden alive.
Administrative & Billing Specialist
Marcy started working with our team in November, 2014. She is consistently driven by a passion for serving underrepresented populations in our community. She has previously worked in senior long term care and adult day programs as a health information manager and administrative assistant. Marcy enjoys the everyday challenges of assisting our team to provide the best of care and services for those we serve.