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Rebecca Urbano Powell, M.A., BCBA

Clinical Director

Rebecca has been working in our field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) since 2001 in clinic, community, home and school settings. From 2005-2014 she helped start and grow the ABA program at Tustin Unified School District in Orange County, CA to over 80 staff and 120 students. Rebecca has co-authored and led teacher/staff trainings in ABA, behavior management, and inclusive schooling for district employees and BCBA level clinicians.  Rebecca has been a Clinical Director since 2014 and brings experience and enthusiasm to her role.  In her free time, she enjoys traveling the world, hiking, reading, and cooking.

Sherry Oldenburg, M.S., BCBA

Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Sherry has been working in the field of developmental disabilities for 27 years  and has spent the last 18 years working as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.  She has held a variety of positions, from direct care staff to clinical supervisor and worked in diverse settings including homes, schools, day programs, hospital and institutional settings.  Sherry has coauthored nine publications in the area of behavior analysis.  She has worked extensively with children and adults of all ages, with various disabilities and mental health issues.  She also spent several years learning and specializing in the area of autism spectrum disorder.  Sherry has two children of her own, ages 7 and 11 years.  In her spare time she enjoys reading, working on her home, and spending time with her family traveling and exploring.

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Emily Vick, M.Ed, BCBA

Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Emily received her Master’s Degree in Special Education in 2009 from Appalachian State University in North Carolina. She taught in the South Carolina Public School System for six years in a variety of settings working with elementary school-aged children. Her interest in the field of ABA developed as a teacher when she saw firsthand how ABA changed the life of one of her students. Soon after, she enrolled in her BCBA Coursework and Supervision Experience.  Over the past several years, she has gained experience working in the clinic and home settings and she also had the pleasure of developing programming and working at an ABA Summer Camp. She looks forward to continuing to grow in the field and learning from all the families and clients she works with. In her free time, she enjoys watching home improvement shows, hanging out with her cat, shopping, and exploring all the great outdoor adventures in Colorado with her husband.

Scott W. Ross, Ph.D., BCBA

Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Scott W. Ross, Ph.D., BCBA, started his career as a Special Educator working with students with severe challenging behavior. After getting his PhD and BCBA from the University of Oregon, he took a position teaching in the Special Education and Rehabilitation department at Utah State University. In 2015 he was recruited to the Colorado Department of Education to direct the Office of Learning Supports and the state’s efforts to implement Response to Intervention (RtI), Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), and a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS). Recently, Dr. Ross decided to get back to his roots and join the spectacular Seven Dimensions Behavioral Health Team in their efforts to support adults and children with behavioral support needs.  Over the course of his career, Dr. Ross has published over 20 articles on behavior support strategies and has acquired over $15 million dollars in grant funds. He is also the author of the Bullying Prevention in Positive Behavior Support curriculum and corresponding empirical analyses, which has now been implemented in thousands of schools across the country and internationally.

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Kaitlyn Liggett, M.S., BCBA

Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Kait started her career with a Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience from Regis University. In 2014 she was offered her first job in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) as a Behavior Therapist. Within the first six months Kait recognized that ABA provided the perfect balance of scientific methodology and a playful approach to humanitarianism. Kait graduated with her Master's degree in ABA with an emphasis in Autism in 2017 from Sage College. She has worked in clinic, community, home, and school settings with children and teenagers diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities.  In her free time she enjoys traveling and spending time with her family, friends, and spoiled golden retriever.

David Hughes, M.S., BCBA

Board Certified Behavior Analyst

David has worked with children, adolescents, and adults with developmental, intellectual, and emotional disabilities for over a decade. He has worked in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis since 2010 and earned a Master’s degree in ABA in 2016 from St. Cloud State University. David has a passion for blending the extensive science of human behavior with each individual’s unique profile to help bring the joys of growth and independence to all of his clients. In his free time David enjoys spending time outdoors with friends and family, traveling to new places, and reading.

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Meaghan Dugger, M.S., BCBA

Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Meaghan started her career with an undergraduate in Rehabilitation and Human Services from Penn State University, where she developed a passion for working with special needs individuals. Following graduation Meaghan began her first job in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in 2015 as a Behavior Therapist. Meaghan immediately knew that this was the type of career she wanted to be involved in after observing first-hand the impact and potential ABA provided for her clients, while also having fun! Meaghan graduated with her Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2019 from the Sage Colleges. After passing her board certification she moved back home to Colorado where she joined Seven Dimensions Behavioral Health. Meaghan has experience working in homes, schools, and clinics with children and adolescents diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. In her free time Meaghan enjoys being outdoors, traveling, and hanging out with her rescue dog and her fiancé.

Kelley Smith Bramlage, M.A., ECSE

Behavior Analyst

Kelley began her work with children who have developmental delays after graduating with her Master's Degree in Early Childhood Special Education in 2002.  She provided behavioral intervention to young children, who have autism, global developmental delays and significant behavioral needs, and their families as a Part C provider using the LEAP Parent Skills Training Model from 2002 - 2007.  She also worked with preschoolers with ASD, in an Inclusive Classroom, from 2002 - 2004. Kelley worked at The University of Colorado Denver, under Dr. Phil Strain, for 9 years beginning in 2007. With the inception of the Colorado Autism Waiver Kelley’s first role at the University was to develop a service model to provide behavioral, home-based services to families of children with autism.  Project growth allowed for families of children with varying diagnosis to be served. During Kelley’s time at the University she went on to do research on the development of behavior models for children with significant challenging behaviors, project implementation on these models and training, T.A. and coaching on these models. While working at the University, in 2010 Kelley received her certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis. Following Kelley’s time at the University, she has continued on in different capacities to support early childhood programs as a trainer and coach to teachers and administrators supporting best practice in inclusive settings. Kelley has also remained a clinical provider throughout her career to children and their families. In addition to Kelley’s experience, she has a solid educational foundation and a passion for the educational improvement of all children. She is extremely passionate and committed to early childhood intervention under a model that recognizes and supports a practice that enhances a child’s skills by empowering the family.

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Maggie Hood-Nugent

Behavior Analyst Assistant/Registered Behavior Technician

Veronica Goldberg

Registered Behavior Technician

Emily Hill

Registered Behavior Technician

Brooke Cheney

Registered Behavior Technician

Arianna Preuss

Registered Behavior Technician

Jenilee Newman

Registered Behavior Technician

McKenna Squiers

Behavior Technicain

Lauren Bourguignon

Registered Behavior Technician

Alexis Edwards

Registered Behavior Technician

Meg Wezet

Registered Behavior Technician

Ellen Hunsaker

Behavior Technician

Kyliee Straley

Registered Behavior Technician

Brandon Brown

Registered Behavior Technician

Kera Walker

Behavior Technician

Danielle Sparkman

Registered Behavior Technician

Alicia Corley

Behavior Technician

Brittni Versailles

Behavior Technician



Phone (720) 295-3790

Fax (877) 400-4480

Evergreen, CO 80439

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