Alicia Adair, M.S., BCBA Autism Program Director

Alicia is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and program director for the BSC+ Autism Clinic. She graduated with a Masters Degree in Psychology with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis. She completed her internship at Transformations Autism Center in Memphis, TN, where she gained further experience and knowledge in ABA. 

Alicia has worked for Behavioral Science Consulting, PLLC since 2008. After earning her licensure and certification, she and Dr. William L. Fulliton opened the BSC+ Autism Clinic with hopes that more individuals diagnosed with Autism could be better served. She brings a lot of knowledge to the table to better serve the Autism Community. She has worked with adults and children diagnosed with Autism, Down Syndrome, and Intellectual Disabilities. She performs functional assessments and treatment planning for children as young as 2, which is typically covered by Health Insurance. She also provides internship and supervision opportunities for Master or Bachelor level students, who are wanting to sit for their BACB certification examination. Alicia is also a certified Safety-Care Trainer and does all of our in-house behavior management training for all registered behavior technicians.    


 Jojuan fullwiley, m.s., bcba

Jā€™s interest in ABA and autism came from growing up in a family that worked with developmentally delayed clientele here in Memphis. Her mother and father introduced her to the field at the age of 3. She grew up in a well-known supportive living residential company that she decided to join when she turned 18 and remained there for 7 years working with adults. During Graduate school she decided to see another side of her chosen profession and began working with autistic children in their homes all over TN & MS. She graduated with honors from the University of Memphis' Applied Behavior Analysis program in August 2018. Her passions include criminal justice and human sexuality. She would like to start a clinic assisting others utilizing ABA outside of autism in the future. 



Patricia Thomas is from Greenville, MS. She has grown to have a passion for the Autism community and loves to help children develop skills. She has been in Memphis for three years. She moved to Memphis to complete the Downline's Emerging Leaders Program and fell in love with the city. She has a Bachelor's in Arts with a Voice concentration. Much of her career has involved children of all ages through works at summer camps, after school programs, and internships. In her free time, she loves cooking for others and going on adventures with friends!  


Jacquelene CoopeR, REGISTERED BEHAVIOR technician

Jackie Cooper is from Horn Lake, MS. She has been a Memphis resident since 2010, when she got accepted at the University of Memphis. She has always loved the diversity and the outreach programs that this ever-changing city offers. Her interest in serving the autistic community began when her brother was diagnosed with Aspergers. In the early 2000s, Autism was still new in the school system and her mother was relentless to find the resources he needed to be successful in school. While was growing up, she was very protective of her brother, and helped teach him the social and emotional skills to attain his needs. When she decided to major in music education, her goal was to provide a fair and accessible education to serve children through the arts. When not at BSC+, she is involved in the Memphis theater community teaching private voice lessons, working behind the scenes, and performing. She also teaches music classes at BSC+ on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.



Carrie is from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has been a Memphis resident since 2017, when she moved here for the Teach for America leadership program. She worked as a 6th grade math teacher at Raleigh Egypt Middle School and developed a passion for working with children with disabilities. She learned about ABA therapy from the special education coordinator at her school and knew she wanted to dedicate her career to helping children with disabilities. Carrie is a practicum student and is currently pursuing her Master's degree in Instruction and Curriculum Leadership with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis and Special Education from The University of Memphis. When she is not working or studying, Carrie enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running with her dog Penny, and baking!



Carolyn is a Registered Behavior Technician originally from Springfield, Massachusetts and has lived in Memphis since 2015. She started out as a Behavioral Youth Counselor at Youth Villages working with intellectually disabled boys ages 14-18 with severe emotional disturbance. She then decided to change directions and began working in The ANGEL Program when her passion for working with individuals with autism developed. She moved to BSC+ in March 2019 to gain clinical experience and further explore the field of ABA. Carolyn is a masters student at The University of Memphis in Instruction and Curriculum Leadership with a concentration in ABA and Special Education. She will graduate in August 2019 and plans to sit for the BCBA exam in November. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her dogs, going to the gym, and teaching swim lessons.