Meghan Helman, BCBA


Meghan Helman started working with Hope Reach in August 2010. She was first exposed to Applied Behavior Analysis during her senior year of college and has continued working in the field since. She first worked with two children with autism in 2006, at Center for Autism and Related Disorders (C.A.R.D.), under the supervision of Mark Knight. She went on to work at Kennedy Krieger Institute focusing on children with feeding difficulties, as well as effective parent training methods. She looks forward to applying those principles here at Hope Reach. Meghan enjoys being able to make a difference in each child and their family.

A native of south Florida, Meghan graduated from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida in 2005 with a B.A. in Psychology. In 2007 she received her Associate Board Certification in Behavior Analysis. She completed coursework for her Masters degree in Psychology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and will be defending her research to complete the degree shortly.

Meghan spends her free time cooking, reading, and enjoying her family and friends. She recently adopted a puppy and is spending a lot of time training him.