Meet Our ABA Therapists

We are a team of therapists dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities, as well as their families. We see telebehavioral therapy as a solution to the barriers families often face in getting their loved one these essential services. We look forward to helping you and your loved one achieve your goals through our innovative delivery of ABA therapy!

 
 

Erica Nolan, M.S., BCBA
Clinical Director, CSERV

Erica has over 10 years of experience working side-by-side with caregivers, demonstrating how to implement behavioral strategies that are specifically tailored for their loved one. She has utilized videoconferencing to deliver Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy for over three years and strongly believes that an individual’s progress can exponentially improve when paired with the consistent, learned ABA strategies that a caregiver can provide.

Throughout her professional career as a behavioral analyst, Erica has conducted parent training in both home and clinic settings to help caregivers achieve their goals. She has worked with individuals in vast age ranges (18 months to 22 years) and varying areas of diagnoses such as autism, Down’s syndrome, ADHD, and other behavioral disorders in various social settings and within the community.

Erica has been dedicated to the field of ABA for over 12 years and currently serves as clinical director at CSERV. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and a certificate in organizational behavior management from Florida State University, which she earned under the mentorship of Dr. Jon Bailey. Erica earned her master’s degree in ABA from the Florida Institute of Technology, where she worked under the guidance of Dr. Matthew Normand and Dr. Celeste Harvey.  Erica is fluent in Spanish and has worked in training caregivers who are predominantly Spanish speaking.   

 
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Elanor Neff, M.S., BCBA
Telebehavioral Analyst, CSERV

Elanor Neff earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Florida Gulf Coast University. During her last semester she interned at a school working with children with autism. The internship later turned into a full-time job which, in-turn, inspired Elanor to pursue a master’s degree in ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis). During her time in graduate school at Florida Institute of Technology, Elanor worked at a state-of-the-art autism center providing children with ABA therapy. In addition to working in the early intervention unit, she also was the assistant coordinator for a social skills program.

After completing graduate school, Elanor and her husband moved to Chicago where Elanor was offered an opportunity to work for a nationwide ABA therapy company. During her time in Chicago, Elanor helped set up both in-home and center-based services for children with autism. She gained valuable experience learning about insurance policies, staff training, and overall what it means to be a board certified behavior analyst.

After leaving Chicago, Elanor pursed an opportunity with CSERV where she is very excited about the endless possibilities for telehealth videoconferencing. She enjoys working directly with families to help improve their day-to-day lives. She believes parent training is a critical component for successful therapy. 

 
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Leslie Schadler, M.S., BCBA, LBS
Telebehavioral Analyst, CSERV

Leslie has worked in the field of behavior analysis for 10 years. Her experience includes working within an intensive ABA program in an adult day center for individuals with severe behaviors, and she has also provided services in homes and in schools. She also worked as a licensed behavior specialist (LBS) in the state of Pennsylvania.

Leslie earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology, with a focus on child development, from Florida State University and her master’s degree in ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) from Florida Institute of Technology. Following her master’s degree, Leslie obtained board certification as a behavior analyst (BCBA). She is an active member of the Pennsylvania Association for Behavior Analysis and a past member of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis.

Leslie’s goal is to provide effective research-based, individualized services for those with behavioral needs to increase functional communication, and acquire self-help and appropriate social skills. The focus of her work is to consult with teachers, parents, caregivers and staff on promoting consistency and generalization across settings.  She emphasizes parent involvement within the services she provides both in-person and through the use of telehealth videoconferencing.