Bryn Nicholas

Bryn Nicholas has been the field of applied behavior analysis for more than nine years. Her undergraduate degree is in child psychology from Bridgewater State University (MA). She is a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst earning the credential through Florida Institute of Technology (FIT). Bryn discovered the significant impact that applied behavior analysis has on families early in her career and her appreciation for the science has only grown throughout her years working in the field. She has been lucky enough to work with toddlers as well as adolescents. She loves being a part of a team, working closely with families and therapists to produce meaningful changes through evidence based practices. Her favorite part about Access is the collaborative approach from the clinical team and learning from her peers to make a difference.

On the weekends her family is everything. She has been married to her high school sweetheart for more than a decade. They have two young boys, that always seem to be a step ahead of them and are constantly finding ways to get into trouble together. She can usually be found playing outside at the park (no matter what the weather), going to concerts with her husband, playing board games with friends, and ending her weekends enjoying a bonfire in the backyard. 

Access Behavior Analysis offers the most comprehensive, fully tailored treatment plan to families.