Meet Our Team

Kelley K. Henry, Psy.D., BCBA-D, LABA

Executive Vice President of Assessment Services
Licensed Psychologist
Developmental Neuropsychologist
Board Certified Licensed Applied Behavior Analyst

Dr. Henry is a pediatric neuropsychologist who specializes in early identification and treatment interventions for young children with developmental disabilities, as well as social-emotional vulnerabilities and behavior challenges. She has over 20 years of experience working with very young and school-aged children with autism spectrum disorders and related developmental disabilities. She has worked in a clinical capacity in early intervention programs, with specialty service providers, in schools and hospitals, as well as in private practice. Dr. Henry received her doctorate degree in clinical psychology from William James College (formerly the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology), earned a master’s degree in child development from Tufts University, and bachelor’s degree from Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Dr. Henry has completed advanced clinical training within the pediatric neuropsychology specialty. In addition to performing neurodevelopmental and neuropsychological evaluations, she is available for clinical consultation, classroom and program observations, and professional trainings. She also holds a certification and license as a behavior analyst (BCBA-D; LABA) within the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA). Dr. Henry currently oversees the regional assessment centers and is the Director of Clinical Training for the post-doctoral fellowship program specializing in neuropsychology and autism. She currently sees patients in the North Andover, Rockland, and Milford satellite offices. In addition to her clinical work with Beacon, she is also serving as the President of The Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society (MNS) which is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting research, clinical service, scholarly work, and education in neuropsychology and enhancing the understanding of brain-behavior relations and neuropsychological disorders.

Caitlin M. Nichols, Ph.D.

Senior Vice President of Assessment Services

Caitlin M. Nichols, Ph.D. received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Vanderbilt University in 2009. Her clinical and research interests have focused on early identification and diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders (ASD), with a particular interest in younger siblings of children with ASD as well as social smiling behavior in young children. She completed a pre-doctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at the May Institute, where she offered school and home-based behavioral consultation services as well as comprehensive diagnostic evaluations for children. Dr. Nichols is a licensed psychologist who provides initial diagnostic evaluations, as well as comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations for children and adolescents. Dr. Nichols sees clients in the Leominster regional office.

Jeffrey Skowron, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LABA

Senior Vice President of Assessment Services
Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Dr. Skowron has over 25 years of experience in the fields of clinical psychology, applied behavior analysis, special education, and mental health. Dr. Skowron has overseen clinical services and administrative operations in educational and residential programs for individuals with autism spectrum disorder and acquired brain injury, including private special education schools and agencies providing home- and community-based services. He has authored journal articles and book chapters in the fields of behavior analysis, brain injury, education, and mental health.  Dr. Skowron received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from The University of Massachusetts, Amherst, completing his pre- and post-doctoral internships at programs specializing in the assessment and treatment of autism spectrum and other childhood disorders. Dr. Skowron is a Massachusetts and Connecticut Licensed Psychologist, a doctoral level Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and a Massachusetts licensed Applied Behavior Analyst. He is a past board member of the Massachusetts Association for Applied Behavior Analysis (MassABA) and teaches graduate courses in applied behavior analysis at Cambridge College. Dr. Skowron currently provides developmental and diagnostic evaluations for young children at the Beacon Assessment Center in Western Massachusetts, as well as providing home- and community-based clinical services, parent training, and consultation through Beacon ABA Services.

 Suzanne M. F. Sanda, Ph.D., LABA

Vice President of Assessment Services

Dr. Sanda is a licensed psychologist, licensed applied behavior analyst, and certified early intervention specialist (CEIS) in Massachusetts who earned her Ph.D. through the Combined Counseling and School Psychology Doctoral Program at Northeastern University. Her extensive clinical training includes an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship through the Lewisville Public School District in Lewisville, TX and postdoctoral fellowship through the Beacon Assessment Center (BAC). Over the past decade, Dr. Sanda has worked with a variety of pediatric populations and their families across the home, school, and clinical settings. She specializes in working with young children with developmental disabilities, learning style vulnerabilities, and autism spectrum disorders. Her clinical research centers on promoting learners’ play skill development through evidence-based, caregiver-facilitated teaching. Dr. Sanda currently sees clients in the Dartmouth regional office.

Genevieve Krebs, Ph.D., CAGS School Psychology

Massachusetts Licensed School Psychologist
Neuropsychology Fellow

Genevieve Krebs holds a PhD in School Psychology and graduate level specializations in Applied Behavior Analysis and Early Intervention. Her clinical interests include differential diagnosis of developmental disorders, foster care and adoption, parent training, and advocacy. Her training experiences include early intervention, school-based assessment, bilingual assessment, and outpatient neuropsychology. She has worked in applied settings as a home-based behavior therapist and as an Applied Behavior Specialist in the Boston Public Schools. She completed an APA accredited internship at Devereux Pennsylvania providing comprehensive services and consultation to children and staff in a residential program. She has conducted research in Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports in residential settings and assessment of play development in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. She has presented research and provided training locally and nationally.