Tameika Meadows, M.Ed., BCBA, graduated from Georgia Southern University in 2010 and obtained her Board Certification in 2012. Ms. Meadows has over 15 years of experience providing ABA services to children and adolescents across home, school, clinic-based, and community settings. Ms. Meadows began her career working with families living in rural Georgia, and developed a passion for providing high-intensity parent coaching to families who did not have access to trained professionals or clinicians. Ms. Meadows specializes in early intervention, life skills training, and family support.
Throughout her career, Ms. Meadows has trained school staff and educators, consulted privately with multiple ABA start-ups to help shape and define high-quality services, traveled to provide ABA consultation and training to families in international locations, provided clinical supervision and coaching utilizing Teletherapy, authored multiple Behavior Analytic books, articles, and online content, created and maintained the website, led intensive ABA seminars and workshops (for both professionals and laypersons), advocated for evidence based, compassionate treatment, and served on clinical advisory boards to various special needs organizations.
In her spare time, Tameika enjoys church, cooking, time with her family, and travel.