Dr. Tammy Van Fleet

 

Tammy Van Fleet, PhD., BCBA-D

Dr. Van Fleet is the director of Behavior Insights, Inc. and Social Skills Training Academy. She specializes in services that focus on evidence-based intervention for children, teens, families, and training members of professional institutions.

Dr. Van Fleet has spent over two decades helping individuals and families with a variety of complex needs. She specializes in working with individuals with and without disabilities in anxiety treatment, emotional regulation, issues with attention and focus, academic deficits, school readiness skills, social skill acquisition, and independent living skills. In addition to individual services, Dr. Van Fleet also specializes in consulting and training members in education intuitions ranging from public to private schools. She has presented at several professional trainings, authored and delivered several lectures, and taught as an adjunct professor. Dr. Van Fleet is on the board of directors for Spectrum Workforce, a non-profit organization connecting individuals with autism with entertainment industry jobs.

Dr. Van Fleet received her PhD. in Applied Behavior Analysis from The Chicago School, Los Angeles, and is certified through the Behavior Analysis Certification Board. She is also a credential teacher through the California Commission on Teaching Credentialing.

 

 


 

Dr. Diana Pineda

 

Diana Pineda

Diana Pineda is the coordinator of the Social Skills Training Academy. She designs and conducts an evidence-based social skills curriculum under the supervision of a doctoral-level board-certified behavior analyst, Dr. Tammy Van Fleet.

Diana received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from California State University, Northridge (CSUN), and is pursuing a master’s degree in the M.S. Applied Behavior Analysis program at CSUN. She has experience conducting group and individualized programs to typically developing individuals and individuals with developmental disabilities that promote various skills such as social skills, academic skills, language skills, to name a few, and diminishing challenging behaviors based on the science of behavior analysis.