Brandy Goodwin-Kreisler, MA, LLP, QIDP, BCBA
Brandy has a strong background in developmental disabilities, behavior and community mental health working as a limited licensed psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) for over 12 years in mid-Michigan. Brandy started her career as a behavioral consultant for the Hands-On Parent Education Center at William Beaumont Hospital providing evidence based intervention for children between the ages of 3 to 14 with a wide range of developmental disabilities. She joined Shiawassee County Community Mental Health Authority (SCCMHA) in 2005 and provided individual and family therapy to children and families diagnosed with mental illness, autism and other developmental disabilities as well as provided crisis prevention and intervention to families in need. Brandy developed the Autism and Behavioral Resource Center at SCCMHA and provided assessments and evidence based intervention for children, adolescents and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Brandy most recently has done the following:
Played an active role within the community providing various educational and clinical presentations for local school districts, Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), Statewide Autism and Resources Training (START), and Autism Alliance of Michigan (AAoM).
Presentation topics have included Functional Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans, Collaboration efforts between Community Mental Health and schools, Bullying, Behavior Treatment Plan Review Committee and Recipient Rights, Crisis Prevention and Intervention, Anxiety, Toilet Training and Applied Behavior Analysis.
PIHP Chairperson for Behavior Treatment Plan Review Committee Project Charter as well as participated in the MDCH Autism Standards Workgroup to develop guidelines for the implementation of the Medicaid Benefit for Autism.