The mission of Pathways Behavioral Health is to creative comprehensive school, home and community environments for children with behavioral concerns to become their best possible selves. We help children with Emotional Disabilities (ED), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Conduct Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Learning Disabilities (LD), Pediatric Onset BiPolar Disorder, Developmental Delays, and Intellectual Disabilities (ID). Additionally we offer parent training for families who are struggling to raise oppositional, defiant, and emotionally sensitive neurotypical children. We offer a wide range of academic, behavioral and social supports to children, their families, and their schools. For more information, please visit our services page.
Pathways Behavioral Health has a team of highly trained therapists who work with each child. To join our team please email us.
Amber Shriver, MEd, MA, LBA, BCBA
Amber Shriver, BCBA, LBA is the Clinical Director at Pathways Behavioral Health. She has over seven years of experience in providing ABA and behavioral consulting services in clinics, hospitals, schools, communities and homes. She received her MEd in Special Education from George Mason University and her MA in Applied Developmental Psychology from George Mason University.
Dr. Lucia Stillerova, PhD
Dr. Lucia Stillerova is the Director of Parent Training and Research at Pathways Behavioral Health. She has been with Pathways since 2017, and provides parent trainings, parent support groups, family trainings, teacher trainings and ABA therapy. She received her PhD in Applied Developmental Psychology from George Mason University and her Master of the Arts in Clinical Psychology from University of St. Cyril and Methodius.
Sonya Allen, MA
Sonya Allen is the ABA Program Director at Pathways Behavioral Health. She has been with Pathways since 2019 and provides intake coordination, authorization support and program management to our ABA team. She received her MBA from Strayer University.
Rachel Kinlaw, MEd, RBT
Rachel Kinlaw joined Pathways Behavioral Health in 2019, and has three years of experience as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) providing home based ABA. She received a MEd in Education from Virginia Tech. She is currently enrolled in the ABA certificate program at George Mason University, and is completing her BCBA Practicum hours at Pathways Behavioral Health.
Kari Elliott, MA, RBT
Kari Elliott joined Pathways Behavioral Health in 2018, has five years of experience as a Register Behavior Technician (RBT) providing home based, clinic based and community based ABA. She received a MA in ABA with an emphasis in Autism from Ball State University. She is currently completing her BCBA practicum hours at Pathways Behavioral Health.
Gerra Hull, RBT
Gerra Hull joined Pathways Behavioral Health in 2019, and has three years of experience as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) providing home-based ABA. She has her Bachelors in Interdisciplinary Studies: American Sign Language and Psychology from Liberty University.
Soo Hyun Lim, MEd
Soo Hyun Lim joined Pathways Behavioral Health in 2017, and has worked with many children on the autism spectrum for the past 6 years. She provides ABA therapy and tutoring support. Soo received her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education at James Madison University and her MEd in Education from James Madison University.
Christina Smith joined Pathways Behavioral Health in 2019 where she provides ABA therapy. Prior to working at Pathways she worked as a preschool teacher.