Sarah Grothouse

Sarah Grothouse is a BCBA with over a decade of experience in the field of of ABA. Sarah earned a Bachelors of Science in Psychology with minors in Neuroscience and Biology from the College of Charleston, and a Masters of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University.

Sarah stumbled upon the world of ABA while in college, fell in love with the field and never looked back. She has experience working with individuals with autism and other developmental and intellectual disabilities from ages 2 through 25. Sarah has provided ABA services in regions across the country and in various settings, including in the home, daycare, school, clinic, and in the college setting. As a professional, she values collaboration with families and other stakeholders, creativity in programming and bringing the world to the client, in whatever way that would bring meaningful, positive change for that client. Sarah understands that people learn best when they are having fun, and is passionate in taking a play-based approach to ABA service delivery.

Sarah is the mother to 2 beautiful children, a 7-year old girl and a nearly 2-year-old boy. In her free time, Sarah enjoys playing outside with her kids, painting, watching movies and volunteering.

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