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Behavioral Health Services Team

Our highly qualified professional team includes Behavior Analysts, a Behavioral Health Nurse, and a Psychiatrist. Services may include consultation, behavior assessment and intervention, care coordination, psychiatric assessment and treatment, and medication review. If you are interested in a referral to the Behavior Health Services team, please contact your Resource Coordinator.


Zach Maple, MA, LPC, BCBA

Behavioral Health Team Manager

Zach holds a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. He also completed an ABA academic certification program through the University of North Texas. Zach has experience working with multiple populations for both children and adults. He has also published research in the application of ABA interventions.


Michael Randolph, MD

Psychiatrist

Dr. Randolph completed undergraduate and medical school at the University of Iowa. He finished his residency training in psychiatry at Kansas University Medical Center. He has focused his work on people with developmental disabilities who have behavioral and/or mental health challenges.


Janet Mariani, BSN, CACI

Behavioral Health Nurse

Janet holds a bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Loretto Heights College in Englewood, Colorado and is also a Certified Alcohol Counselor obtained through Arapahoe House in Denver, Colorado. She has a wealth of experience in both the mental health and developmental disabilities fields.


Megan Durocher, M.S., BCBA

Behavior Analyst

Megan graduated from DePaul University with a bachelor’s in psychology, and from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology with a master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis. She also has experience and interest in Precision Teaching.


Shana Little, MS, BCBA

Behavior Analyst

Shana received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Oakland University and received her master’s degree in Behavior Analysis and Therapy from Southern Illinois University. Shana has experience working with developmental disabilities, mental illness and traumatic brain injuries.

Page Last Updated: 2017-09-27