Michelle is a licensed clinical psychologist listed on the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. She received her bachelor of arts degree in psychology from North Carolina State University and her doctorate in clinical psychology from Stony Brook University in New York. As a psychologist and behavior analyst, she has worked for over twenty years with children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities in a variety of settings (including home, early intervention, school, residential, and vocational programs). She has also conducted a number of workshops around the country for families and professionals. In addition to providing evaluations at AustimETC, Michelle has a private therapy practice in Franklin focused on teens and adults on the autism spectrum. When she is not working, Michelle enjoys running, hiking, baking, and keeping up with her two very active boys and husband.