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Meet the Autism Behavioral Solutions Team!

Meghan Holligan,

Meghan is the founder and owner of Autism Behavioral Solutions as well as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Meghan has been certified by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board since 2007 and has over 23 years of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in the home, community, school, residential and vocational settings.  Meghan received her B.A. in Psychology, with a Certificate in Disabilities Studies from West Virginia University, and her M.S. in Educational Psychology from Georgia State University.  Meghan specializes in autism and her primary areas of interest include verbal behavior, behavior reduction, and discrete trial training. Meghan enjoys working with families and therapeutic teams in the development and implementation of programming with functional applications. 

Montana Lazorchak
Director of Business Operations, RBT

While attending the University of Arkansas pursuing her Bachelor's in Political Science, Montana began working as a behavior interventionist in a Special Education classroom and never looked back. She has 11 years of experience working hands-on with children between 2-18 in a variety of settings including schools, daycares, and homes. Montana is an outspoken advocate for compassionate ABA and ensuring that goals and treatments are person centered.  Montana specializes in verbal behavior and hopes to pursue her Master's in Speech Language Pathology. When she's not working you can find Montana making pottery or playing softball under the Washington Monument. 


Kimberly graduated from Old Dominion University in 2019

and pursued her RBT certification shortly after. She has experience working 1:1 with kids ages 3-12. Kimberly has supported clients in school settings, at home, and during after school activities. Outside of ABA Kimberly enjoys going on hikes and exploring new trails!

Jada Parker, RBT 

Jada Parker is a Northern Virginia local and recent graduate from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Psychology. She has 6 years of experience working with children and 1 year of experience working with children with disabilities. Jada enjoys  being an RBT because it gives her the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children and their families. 

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Mike Lonergan,

Mike became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2019 and has over a decade of experience in working with individuals with developmental and emotional/behavioral disabilities in schools, vocational, and home settings. Mike received his B.A in Childhood Education and M.S.Ed degree in Special Education from SUNY Plattsburgh.  Mike’s interests include trauma-informed best practices, and promoting independence and self-advocacy in his clients. He specializes in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Functional Communication, Skills-Based Training and Self-Monitoring.  When he’s not working with kiddos, he is spending his time snowboarding, multi-day backpacking, photographing, and renovating his 200 year-old house in Vermont.

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