Our Team

Phillips ABA Therapy specializes in providing ABA treatment for children with developmental delays and Autism Spectrum Disorder. We employee research-based behavior interventions combined with a personalized approach to achieve authentic, tangible results.

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What We Do

We provide ABA therapy in a child’s home or school setting. Research shows that the most effective and long-lasting behavior change programs are conducted where problems occur, in the child’s natural environment.

We provide ABA services to decrease interfering behaviors and teach critical skills to improve socially significant behaviors. As a result, we can help increase a child's independence, self-worth, and happiness.

Parent training is provided in order to equip caregivers with essential skills to maintain your child's positive behaviors in different settings and with other people.

Meet Our Behavior Analyst

Rebecca A. (Wells) Phillips, M.A, BCBA, LBA

Rebecca is a Board-Certified and Licensed Behavior Analyst in Tennessee and Virginia. She is also a Developmental Specialist providing early intervention services to families of infants and toddlers. Rebecca holds a Virginia teaching license in general education and special education.

Rebecca earned a Master of Arts degree in Special Education and a certification in Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University. She received her teaching degree from Radford University with concentrations in Special Education and English.

Rebecca has diverse experience working with the special needs population, ranging in ages from infancy to teenagers and at all levels of functioning. After teaching various grade levels in a private special education facility, Rebecca served as the school’s Program Director leading curriculum and behavior programming.

Rebecca passionately advocates for children. She is committed to improving the quality of life for her clients and their families.

“We cannot hold a torch to light another’s path without brightening our own.”

Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy | Bristol, TN | Phillips ABA Therapy
Rebecca A. (Wells) Phillips, M.A, BCBA, LBA

Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy | Bristol, TN | Phillips ABA Therapy

Rebecca is a Board-Certified and Licensed Behavior Analyst in Tennessee and Virginia. She is also a Developmental Specialist providing early intervention services to families of infants and toddlers. Rebecca holds a Virginia teaching license in general and special education.

Rebecca earned a Master of Arts degree in Special Education and a certification in Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University. She received her teaching degree from Radford University with concentrations in Special Education and English.

Rebecca has diverse experience working with the special needs population, ranging in ages from infancy to teenagers and at all levels of functioning. After teaching various grade levels in a private special education facility, Rebecca served as the school’s Program Director leading curriculum and behavior programming.

Rebecca passionately advocates for children and is committed to improving the quality of life for her clients and their families.

“We cannot hold a torch to light another’s path without brightening our own.”

Sean Phillips
Director of Operations
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Sean is a graduate of King University where he received his degree in Business Administration. He has 15 years of corporate sales and management experience. Sean is the Senior Account Manager for Possible Zone Marketing in Johnson City, TN.

Sean directs the business development, financial systems and marketing initiatives for Phillips ABA Therapy.

Amanda M.
Behavior Technician
Amanda Manners

Amanda obtained an associate degree and is actively working toward a bachelor’s degree in Human Services and Counseling through Lindsey Wilson College. Presently, Amanda is enrolled in a training program to become certified as a Registered Behavior Technician.
Amanda's future plans include pursuing a master’s degree in Human Services while honing her skills in ABA.

Amanda is eager to grow in the field of ABA therapy while
helping others achieve their goals.

Kelsie D.
Behavior Technician
Kelsie Deaton

Kelsie earned a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Development and a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy. During graduate school, Kelsie served as an OT student in an outpatient pediatric clinic specializing in Autism studies and testing.

Kelsie is currently pursuing her board exam to become a registered Occupational Therapist. Her future career plans involve bridging her experience and passion for ABA with Occupational Therapy.

Kayla S.
Behavior Analyst Intern
Behavior Technician
Kayla Stiltner

Kayla is a special education teacher who has experience in different educational settings working with students from early elementary through middle school.

Kayla earned her Master’s Degree in Special Education: Adapted Curriculum with a concentration in Autism Spectrum Disorders from Old Dominion University. She received her teaching degree with concentrations in Special Education,  Elementary Education, and Middle School English from the University of Virginia’s College at Wise.

Kayla is presently taking coursework and gaining field experience with the goal of becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.

Andrea C.
Behavior Analyst Intern
Behavior Technician
Andrea Carter

Andrea is a Day Treatment Specialist with a local non-profit agency. Her professional experience involves implementing behavioral interventions, mental health support, teaching life and coping skills to students in elementary and middle school settings. Desiring to broaden her knowledge and gain tools to assist her students, Andrea is currently enrolled in Arizona State University's Masters of Special Education program with a specialization in ABA.

She is excited to learn and grow in the field and is honored to have the opportunity to work with Phillips ABA.

Phillips ABA Therapy is currently searching for qualified, dedicated, and compassionate BCBA’s and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT), or anyone interested in training in the field of ABA. Ideal candidates may be graduate or undergraduate students in Behavior Analysis, Psychology, or Education programs.

“If they can’t learn the way we teach, we teach the way they learn.”

– O. Ivar Lovaas