Our mission is to accelerate the learning of children and families by providing the highest quality services delivered by happy and motivated clinicians.
We provide services to families of children who are diagnosed with a developmental disability, such as Autism, or behavioral disorders, such as ADHD or ODD.
Services take place in the home, school, or community depending on your child’s needs.
We also provide behavioral support for everyday behavior problems that many families struggle to overcome with their children. Our goal is to increase quality of life for the child and family by focusing on goals to increase independence, mastery of developmental milestones, and reduction of behaviors that interfere with the family engaging in typical routines and activities.
We serve the following towns and surrounding areas:
- Bridgeport, OH
- Martins Ferry, OH
- Saint Clairsville, OH
- Morristown, OH
- Barnesville, OH
- Wheeling, WV
- Weirton, WV
Jackelyn Moran is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), Certified Ohio Behavior Analyst (COBA), and Licensed Behavior Specialist(LBS) residing in Saint Clairsville, Ohio. She has worked in the field of behavior therapy and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) since 2009, working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Intellectual and Developmental disabilities, and behavioral disorders and concerns.
Prior to starting Valley Behavioral Health, she has served as the Program Director for a large behavioral health organization. She has also served as the project manager for a grant-funded program to develop a better system of treatment and support for individuals with autism in Pennsylvania, where she lead the design, development, and implementation of this program.
She has extensive experience training clinicians, school personnel, parents and community members who work with individuals with developmental and behavioral needs. She has served on the Executive Council for the Pennsylvania Association of Behavior Analysis (PennABA).
She is striving for the dissemination of effective treatments for individuals in need in Southeastern Ohio. She hopes to educate parents and community members in order to provide the best support to the growing population of individuals with behavioral and developmental needs.