Jan Seager, BCBA, LBA, LLP
Jan Seager is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and Limited Licensed Psychologist. She has a bachelor’s degree in biopsychology & cognitive science from the University of Michigan and a master’s degree in applied behavior analysis from Northeastern University. Jan trained at the New England Center for Children in Boston, Massachusetts, where she completed her thesis on teaching generative play behavior to children with autism. Jan has held positions at William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, and Hope Network Rehabilitation Program, Grand Rapids. In 2013, she co-founded Behavior Solutions, providing therapeutic services to children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders and individuals with brain injuries. Jan is passionate about her work and loves collaborating with families and treatment teams. Jan has been working with individuals with special needs since 2001.
Kathy Prieur, BCBA, LBA
Kathy Prieur is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).  She has a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education from Central Michigan University and a master’s degree in applied behavior analysis from Ball State University.  Kathy has nine years of teaching experience, including six years working for Grand Rapids Pubic Schools Ken-O-Sha Program. She has taught in Ghana and has organized several fundraisers to gather supplies to transport to Africa. Kathy’s energetic, passionate, and fun-loving personality bring a lot of smiles to Behavior Solutions’ team. Kathy enjoys collaborating with families, schools and Behavior Solutions staff to create comprehensive plans for children with Autism. She became the ABA Program Director in September 2015.
Chris Seager
Chris Seager has master’s degrees in materials engineering and flight test engineering from Purdue University and the United States Air Force Test Pilot School, respectively. Prior to co-founding Behavior Solutions in 2013, Chris served as an operational and test pilot for the United States Air Force. He flew the A-10, F-16 and T-38 aircraft during his service with the Air Force. As chief A-10 developmental test pilot, Chris had the unique opportunity to fly the first ever jet aircraft powered exclusively by bio fuel. Chris’ leadership and management experience gained as an Air Force officer serves him well as the administrator for Behavior Solutions.
Samantha Anderson

Samantha has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and behavior analysis with a minor in human services from Northern Michigan University. Currently, she is working on her elementary teaching certificate with a language arts endorsement and her master’s in instruction and curriculum at Grand Valley State University. Samantha also plans to pursue her board certified behavior analysts (BCBA) accreditation in the future. Samantha has over five years of experience working with children and adults with diverse emotional and cognitive abilities. She has worked in a school setting, group home, and a summer adventure camp. Samantha works with all families to create a positive environment individualized for each client. She joined Behavior Solutions’ team in August 2018.

Candice Baker

Candice has a bachelor’s degree in behavioral neuroscience from Grand Valley State University. She is continuing her education at GVSU, pursuing her master’s degree in occupational therapy. She has a wide range of experience working with children, adults, and the elderly in a variety of environments.  Candice has worked with people with traumatic brain injuries, dementia, and individuals with cognitive impairments. She enjoys helping people to achieve meaningful goals.  Candice’s flexibility, communication skills, and energy create a positive environment that encourages learning. Candice joined Behavior Solutions’ team in 2020.

Hannah Britton

Hannah has a bachelor’s degree in communicative sciences and disorders along with a minor in early childhood education from Saint Mary’s College. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in applied behavior analysis at Ball State University. Hannah has experience working with children and adults in both the home and hospital settings. She brings lots of creative thinking and passion to each home. Hannah joined the Behavior Solutions team March 2018.

Shelby Ewigleben

Shelby has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in sociology from Grand Valley State University. She is currently pursuing a degree in counseling from Western Michigan University, and hopes to work as a clinical mental health counselor one day. Shelby has experience working with children in both home and hospital settings. She contributes a creative passion for working with kids and their families, and is dedicated to the professional process of learning as she gains new experiences in this role. Shelby has been a member of the Behavior Solutions team since October 2019.

Anya Faber

Anya has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Calvin University. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in school counseling from Grand Valley State University. Prior to working at Behavior Solutions, Anya worked with children in school, home, and clinical settings. She gained experience through an internship at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital outpatient behavioral unit, testing children for various learning needs. She strives to bring out each child’s unique gifts and talents.  Anya is patient, hard-working, diligent, and has a passion for working with children. Anya joined the Behavior Solutions’ team in February 2020. 

Alisse Havlicek

Alisse has a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and human rights from Grand Valley State University.  While attending college, she worked with various organizations serving adults with autism and developmental disorders.  Alisse fell in love with the special needs population and decided to continue her work in the field after graduation, finding her way to Behavior Solutions.  Alisse is a hard-worker, reliable, and eager to begin each session with a child.  In her spare-time she enjoys camping, gardening, and going for hikes with her dog, Lucy.  Alisse joined Behavior Solutions’ team in 2019.

Kali LaHaie
Kali LaHaie has a bachelor’s degree in music from Grace Bible College. Kali aspires to continue combining her gifts of teaching music and providing ABA therapy to help people in need. She recently traveled to Tanzania, Africa where she taught piano and music theory. Kali is a kind, intelligent, reliable tutor. Children light up when she arrives at their homes. Kali joined Behavior Solutions in September 2013.
Elizabeth Likhnovskyy
Elizabeth Likhnovskyy has a bachelor’s degree in recreation parks and leisure services administration (concentration in therapeutic recreation) from Central Michigan University. She also has an associate’s degree in American Sign Language interpretation from Lansing Community College.  Elizabeth works in education as an American Sign Language interpreter, in neuro-rehabilitation as a certified therapeutic recreation specialist, and has been providing ABA therapy with the Behavior Solutions team since April 2017.  Elizabeth’s expertise in American Sign Language has been a valuable resource to many families.  Her warm and knowledgeable personality is highly regarded.
Kelsey Vincent

Kelsey graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Cedarville University in 2019. She has experience working with a variety of kids in school, home, and summer camp settings. Kelsey enjoys creating a fun, challenging, and encouraging therapy environment for each child she works with. She joined the Behavior Solutions’ team in May of 2019.