555 Marriott Drive, 3rd floor
Nashville, TN 37214
Behavior Frontiers offers exceptional behavior intervention services. Our Nashville office is NOW ACCEPTING new clients with autism and other special needs into our applied behavior analysis (ABA) treatment programs. Our comprehensive treatment program is conducted in the child’s natural setting, such as his/her home, school, or in the community. Our highly-trained team of behavior supervisors and instructors work collaboratively with family members and other professionals to target the reduction of problem behaviors and the improvement of a variety of age-appropriate skills, such as socialization and communication. We accept payment from private sources, as well as from insurance companies and school districts. Please contact our office at 888-922-2843 today to start services!
Currently serving the following TN cities:
Antioch, Aberdeen Park, Belle Meade, Bellevue, Berry Hill, Blackman, Brentwood, Gladeville, Forest Hills, Franklin, Goodlettsville, Green Hill, Hendersonville, La Vergne, Lebanon, Madison, Millersville, Nashville, Nolansville, Oak Hill, Old Hickory, Pasquo, Pegram, Smyrna, White Creek, White Haven.
We are open to extending our range of service areas. If you do not see your city listed, please contact our office: 888-922-2843.
Training Center: Families located out of our service area can also receive our online ABA training for parents and professionals through Behavior Frontiers Online Training Center.
In network Contracts:
United Behavioral Health (Optum)
We are also in the process of finalizing contracts with additional health plans. Please contact us if you do not see your health plan listed so that we can discuss your options.
Heather Hettinger, M.S., B.C.B.A
Regional Clinical Director
Heather Hettinger is currently attending Cal Southern (PsyD program) pursuing her doctorate in Psychology. She received her Master’s degree in Special Education with a focus in Severe Emotional Disturbances from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. After four years as a Special Education teacher in a classroom setting, she chose to pursue further education in the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA). She completed her course work to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) at the University of West Florida. Since moving to California, Heather has worked as a Behavior Therapist, Case Manager, and Clinical Supervisor working one-on-one with children with autism and with their families in the home, school, and community settings. Heather is trained in ABA using Discrete Trial Training (DTT), Verbal Behavior (VB), Pivotal Response Training (PRT), and Natural Environment Training (NET) methods. Heather has years of experience working directly with families, regional centers, schools, and insurance companies. Her skill set includes curriculum development, program design, ABA teaching techniques, assessments, and parent and staff training. Heather has dedicated her career to providing the best possible assistance to individuals with special needs.
OdoFemi McDuffie, M.A. BCBA
Associate Clinical Director
OdoFemi received her bachelors and masters degrees in psychology and clinical psychology from Fisk University in Nashville, TN. During the second year of her clinical program, she was introduced to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), and specifically how it relates to the field of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), other behavior disorders, and traumatic brain injury. OdoFemi completed Lipscomb University's ABA coursework and earned her BCBA certification in August 2014. Her primary experience has included work with military families' toddlers, children and adolescents in the home, school, community and clinical settings.
OdoFemi is responsible for overseeing cases in Nashville, TN. She is committed to providing and facilitating high quality, research-based, socially valid and culturally competent therapeutic services to families in the Nashville region.