Michael Miller, BCBA, LBA
Michael Miller is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and serves as a Clinical Supervisor at Autism Building Blocks. Michael earned his Bachelors of Science Degree from Utah State University, with a major in Psychology and Minor in Family, Consumer, and Human Development. He earned his Masters of Science in Experimental Psychology with a Specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis from Central Washington University. Michael completed an original Masters Thesis titled Manding in children with autism: Transfer of control from adults to children. Michael has worked in the field of ABA serving autistic individuals since 2009 in home, school, and clinic settings, collaborating with professionals from different disciplines.
A main therapeutic focus for Michael is establishing active learners that are motivated to learn. He emphasizes the establishment of developmental prerequisites necessary to learning more complex skills. In addition, he designs programs and support systems that are individualized to the learner with special consideration taken to neurodiversity, with the accompanying wants and needs. Michael is dedicated to creating a learning environment where a child enjoys attending therapy, is motivated to take on challenging tasks, and feels successful in reaching their individual potential.
When not working, Michael enjoys spending time with his family, listening to and playing music, cross stitching, hiking and camping.