Providing compassionate and tailored care for children and their families.
Melissa Kenyon, M.Ed., BCBA, LBAOwner and Clinical Director; Autism Mom; Board Certified Behavior Analyst; Licensed Special Education Teacher
Melissa Kenyon, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA is the mother of two beautiful boys diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, is a military spouse to her high school sweetheart, and the owner of Reset Behavior LLC. Melissa is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), licensed special education teacher, special education advocate, community educator, disability advocate, and business consultant. Melissa’s mission is to provide effective and empathetic service to our special needs community and is dedicated to ensuring Reset Behavior’s team of providers are executing her mission. Reset Behavior specializes in compassionate care and trauma-informed applied behavior analysis. Melissa specializes in severe and aggressive behavior reduction, family and community training, home and school behavior intervention plans, functional behavior assessments, functional analysis, cognitive behavior therapy, and social emotional instruction. Melissa’s experience and training is with children, teens, and young adults with Emotional Behavior Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Trauma, and other Mental Health Diagnoses. Melissa has worked as a middle school self-contained, special education teacher specializing in students with emotional behavioral disorders, autism spectrum disorder, mental health, and trauma. Melissa has also worked as a special education facilitator and interventionist for juvenile justice and behavior schools. Melissa graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and counseling, a master’s degree in special education, and a post-masters in applied behavior analysis.
Jenifer Viseur is a licensed and board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) and a licensed special education teacher. She was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada but was afforded the opportunity to travel the world with her husband, as a military wife. Since 2010, she has been working with students with special needs and challenging behaviors both in the United States and also in South Korea and Italy. She specializes in creating behavior intervention plans for clients who demonstrate severe high risk and aggressive behaviors. Her particular interest is in early interventions. Jenifer received her bachelors in psychology from the University of Maryland, a masters degree from University of Nevada Las Vegas, and a post masters sequence in Applied Behavior Analysis. Jenifer has three daughters and enjoys reading, bodybuilding and watching sports in her free time.
Allea was born in Kansas and spent most of her childhood in Nebraska. Allea received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Grand Canyon University. For 8 years, Allea and her family have lived in various parts of the country during her husband’s military career. Her two children were born in Oklahoma and were raised in North Carolina. Her son was diagnosed with expressive language disorder. After his diagnosis and the life changing impact supportive services had on her own family, Allea wanted the opportunity to impact other families in the way that hers was impacted. Allea was able to have first hand experiences with military families of all backgrounds and cultures. Allea also volunteered for mentoring new families that would be stationed in the area. In 2020, Allea and her family moved back to Las Vegas after her husband retired from the Marine Corps. Over the course of this time, she achieved her Master’s of Science in General Psychology from Purdue University Global and postgraduate coursework in Applied Behavioral Analysis from UNLV. In her free time she enjoys cooking/baking, riding off-road vehicles, and spending time with her husband and children.
Carla Mowen earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Counseling at UNLV in 2008, She went on to start a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy, during this time she worked closely with children, families and individuals impacted by domestic violence, drug and alcohol abuse among other topics. During her early career, She worked with children ages birth to 5 years of age, in a variety of settings as an ABA therapist, preschool teacher, and early interventionist (birth to 3) prior to becoming a Behavior Analyst in 2021. While her husband was stationed in Virginia (military) In 2015, Carla started and finished her master’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education at George Mason University taking specific courses for Autism Speciality. During her first semester of graduate studies her son was diagnosed with Autism at the age of two. It propelled her towards the dual side of the world of autism as a professional and parent. Carla is passionate about empowering both parents and children she works with to spread autism awareness to empower her clients/families with knowledge to help create a treatment plan that uniquely fits their needs. She works hard to bring well rounded collaborative treatment to her clients and prioritizes approaches that are trauma informed, promote independence, and are ethical while respecting neurodiversity and the science of applied behavior analysis. In her free time she enjoys going to broadway shows, and spending time with her two children and husband.