Our Senior Clinical Staff

Kossor-SteveSteve Kossor

Founder & Executive Director of the Institute for Behavior Change
Founder & Director of the Network for Behavior Change
Founder & Clinical Director of the Children’s Behavioral Health Center
Founder & Director of www.OurCaseManager.pro
Licensed Psychologist, Certified School Psychologist
EPSDT-BHRS Supervisor

sakossor@ibc-pa.org

Masters degree in clinical psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University (NJ) in 1977. Licensed Psychologist in 1981. Certified School Psychologist in 1984.

Ennis-StephanieStephanie Ennis

Licensed Behavior Specialist Consultant
Mobile Therapist

sennis@ibc-pa.org

“I received a Masters in Community Counseling in 2004 and a Masters in Elementary School Counseling, both from Villanova, and completed all of the BCBA coursework at Penn State University.  I enjoy working with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders and collaborating with schools and caregivers to assist the child in making behavioral changes.”

Brown, Elena

Elena Brown

Behavior Specialist Consultant
Mobile Therapist

ebrown@ibc-pa.org

“I love developmental and social psychology.  At Villanova, my Master’s Thesis examined bilingual word learning among preschool aged children.  I am motivated to further my interest in psychology research, and my career aspiration is to work on a developmental research study.  I have a passion for autism awareness and would love to work further in that area.”

Dukes, BriannaBrianna Dukes

Behavior Specialist Consultant
Mobile Therapist
 

bdukes@ibc-pa.org

“I received my MA in Counseling from Rosemont College and enjoy working with at-risk youth and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnoses.  Throughout my time at IBC I have had the pleasure of working with many different families, which motivates and encourages me to do my best in facilitating positive change.”

Ben WhiteBen White

Behavior Specialist Consultant
Mobile Therapist

bwhite@ibc-pa.org

“I have a strong passion to make a difference in advocating and implementing policy in the mental health field and in the realm of Autism especially.  I have worked in many capacities in the field of education in Philadelphia, Boston and Minneapolis.” 

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