|Alisa Morrison-Armata, MS, BCBA, is a Behavioral Treatment Licensed Supervisor at The Center and has received her master’s degree in psychology with an emphasis on behavior analysis from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She has been supervising and implementing treatment programs for children with autism spectrum disorders since 2000, with a special emphasis on Skinner's Analysis of Verbal Behavior and has designed, implemented, and supervised educational/treatment programs in a wide range of settings, including private schools. Ms. Morrison-Armata has served as a program supervisor for both intensive and ongoing programs for children with autism and specializes in the design and application of video modeling strategies coupled with task analyses for teaching activities of daily living and social skills, implementation of Direct Instruction curricula, and promotion of functional communication in both verbal and non-verbal learners. More specifically, she has successfully designed and implemented strategies that decrease vocal scripting and increase social engagement, teach the skills necessary for meaningful friendships and social opportunities, develop and reinforce money skills and debit card use, and create task analyses and programming that assist with daily living independence, which includes dressing, showering, menstrual care. Ms. Morrison-Armata oversees treatment plans for The Center and works directly with the Behavioral Treatment Therapists to ensure that individualized and effective behavior plans are successfully implemented.