Led by our Managing Behavior Analyst Marion Moore, our team of talented clinicians provides individualized, evidence-based interventions based on the principals of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in client’s home, community and/or school.
“My passion is collaborating with families to develop programs that are unique to each individual and give children the tools they need to live their most meaningful and fulfilling life.”
Jill Murray serves as the Clinical Director for Autism Spectrum Therapies (AST) in Washington. She completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Western Michigan University (WMU) and began working as behavior technician with AST, while earning a master’s degree in applied behavior analysis (ABA) from Ball State University. Her decision to pursue ABA stems from her experience in a practicum course in ABA at WMU, during which she witnessed firsthand the many benefits ABA programs can bring to children with autism. After receiving her BCBA in 2014, Jill worked as a behavior analyst for AST in Seattle, supporting children in both home and school settings, before transitioning to positions as the assistant clinical director and, later, clinical director.
“Nothing is better than helping a child learn new skills.”
Marion Moore is a Managing Behavior Analyst at AST in Spokane, Washington, who started her career in ABA working with children with autism as an undergraduate student in Claremont, California. After the first session, where she observed children learning critical skills that made a difference in their lives, she knew she wanted to learn more about and apply the principles of ABA. Later, she earned both an M.Ed. and a Ph.D. in special education from Utah State University and worked at the Princeton Child Development Institute as both a Behavior Analyst and a Teaching Parent in one of their group homes. In addition, she served as an Associate Professor at Whitworth University and Eastern Washington University for many years. Eventually, Marion decided to return to working with children and youth with ASD, given her passion for seeing each client learn new skills and helping parents reach the goals they’ve set for their children and family.
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