Milwaukee Clinical Team

Jenn storlie

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Jenn Storlie, MS, BCBA

Jenn is a Licensed and Board Certified Behavior Analyst who has been working with individuals with developmental disabilities, as well as persons diagnosed with emotional behavior disorders since 2007. She received her bachelor's degree from University Wisconsin-Eau Claire with a degree in psychology and an emphasis in behavior analysis.  She graduated with her master's degree in Behavior Analysis and Therapy from Southern Illinois University. Her experience includes working with individuals with developmental disabilities in educational, clinical, home-based and group home settings. Jenn specializes in a variety of behavioral assessment methods, as well as skill acquisition of academic, social, and self-help. She also has experience in assessing and reducing challenging behaviors, supporting and formulating IEP goals, parent and staff training, and developing individualized behavior support plans.

Amy koglin

Amy Koglin, MS, LMFT, BCBA

Amy is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Lead Clinician at Integrated Development Services. After attending Rutgers University, she received her Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Edgewood College in 2011. Amy completed her coursework in Behavior Analysis at the Florida Institute of Technology. She began her career at IDS in 2009 as a Behavior Technician and through the years has worked in a multitude of roles including; a clinical intern, a home-based senior treatment manager, a center-based senior treatment manager, and a lead clinician. Amy has a range of experience, including providing direct 1:1 treatment, supervising ABA therapy, facilitating social interaction and working closely with parents and families. Amy specializes in working with children and adults who experience mental health challenges in addition to their diagnosis of ASD.

Hannah meitzen

Hannah Meitzen, MS, BCBA

Hannah is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She is licensed as a Behavior Analyst in State of Wisconsin. Hannah received both her Bachelor's and Master's degrees through the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. She graduated with her Bachelor's in Psychology in December of 2014. She took course work pertaining to behavior analysis, and participated in undergraduate research throughout her undergraduate career. Hannah's Master's program was focused on behavior analysis as well, in which she took coursework per the field, conducted research, and implemented therapy through a campus-based program focused on the treatment of severe problem behavior. She graduated with her Master's in Psychology in May of 2016. Hannah has been working with individuals with ASD utilizing ABA since 2011. Her experience includes implementing therapy programs, supervising staff, and writing treatment programs.

Christina murphy

Christina Murphy, MS, LPC, BCBA

Christina is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and a Licensed Professional Counselor who has worked with IDS since 2002. She has a Master's degree in Community Counseling from Marquette University. Prior to completing her Master's degree Christina provided behavioral intervention to children on the autism spectrum and worked with adolescents and adults with autism and a variety of developmental disabilities in a group home setting. Christina views family involvement as an integral part of successful treatment. She encourages family participation and strives to educate caregivers about treatment approach and strategies.

Danielle mroz

Danielle Mroz, MA, BCBA

Danielle received her Bachelors in Psychology from Drake University in Des Moines Iowa. After graduating she began working in a clinical setting providing applied behavior analysis services to children and adolescents with ASD. Danielle took courses through Ball State University to receive her Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis. She became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2018 and is licensed in the state of Wisconsin. Her experience includes treatment planning, parent and family training, staff supervision and implementing proactive and reactive strategies to decrease engagement in challenging behaviors.