Labyrinth's Behavior Analysts

Renee D. Carson
M.A., BCBA

Renee D. Carson is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She received her Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has been working in the Applied Behavior Analysis field since 2007. Renee has had experience working with clients as young as age 4 up to the elderly. Her primary experience is with children diagnosed with mental illness, Autism and Spectrum Disorders.

Renee has had the opportunity to work in residential settings as well as schools. She works hands-on with her clients and provides supervision and training to the paraprofessionals who may also be working with her clients. She currently does in-home programming for children and focuses on increasing appropriate behaviors, such as communication, social, academic and self-help skills while reducing inappropriate behaviors such as aggression, self-injury and other maladaptive behaviors.

Brian Alhorn
M.A., BCBA

Brian Alhorn is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. He received his Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Brian has been in the Applied Behavior Analysis field since 2006. Brian has experience working with both children and adults. He has extensive experience working with dually diagnosed adults ages 21 to the elderly. He has worked with these individuals in day programs and Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA) homes. He also has experience working with children and adolescents, ages 4 to 20, in their home and school environments.

Brian currently works with dually diagnosed adults in their day programs and CILA homes. He also works with children in residential and school settings. While working with both of these demographics, he develops, implements, and maintains programming focused on improving adaptive skills (communication, daily living activities, social skills, academics, etc.) as well as decreasing maladaptive behaviors (self-injurious behavior, physical aggression, verbal aggression and other maladaptive behaviors).