Co-VP of Communication & Marketing

Mira N. Stallings, MS, BCBA

Mira has a passion to work with individuals of all ages with a focus on ensuring great levels of measurable progress using both traditional and non-traditional ABA methods, dependent upon the individual's needs. She has 10 years of combined experience working with children, adolescents and adults with both developmental and mental health disabilities, including having two young sons of her own with ASD.  

 

Mira earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Augusta State University and a Master of Science in Psychology with an Applied Behavior Analysis specialization from Capella University. Her master's thesis was qualitative research proposing the perspectives of treatment professionals on effective treatments of elopement in elementary-aged school children with ASD. Prior to her graduate studies, Mira spent two years conducting her own behavior research on Play Initiation and Maintenance in Captive Western Lowland Gorillas at Zoo Atlanta under the mentorship of Dr. Quentin Hartmann. In 2010, she presented her research at the annual Southeastern Psychological Association Conference in Chattanooga, TN. 

 

Mira is currently pursuing her doctorate degree in Developmental Psychology.

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