Helping You Build Success
Develop Your Path to Greatness
At Best Behavior, LLC, our business is helping you teach your loved ones with disabilities the skills they need to succeed. Whether you need help with decreasing problem behaviors, increasing socially appropriate behaviors, or need help teaching independent living skills, we’ve got programs and services to assist in reaching those goals.
Founded by Adam Yates, Jenna Ryan, and Rebekah Catalano in 2011, we seek to provide effective services to teach individuals with disabilities the skills they need to develop success in both their home and in their communities. Our focus is finding areas where individuals need more socially appropriate behaviors and then help you develop the path to get it there.
Adam Yates, M.A., BCBA
Adam Yates received his Bachelors and Masters of Arts in Psychological Science from CSU, Chico and completed his specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis through National University in 2010. He is skilled in reducing problem behaviors in various forms as well as conducting assessments to determine behavior excesses and deficits and targeting skills appropriately. Additionally, he spent two years in Mexico as a public servant in 2000 and is fluent in Spanish.
Rebekah Catalano, M.Ed, BCBA
Rebekah Catalano received a Bachelor’s of Arts in Sociology from the College of William and Mary in 2006, and Masters of Education at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) in 2008. She completed her specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis through National University in 2010. She is experienced with the use of assessment and screening tools and has experience in early intervention, behavior consultation, Applied Behavior Analysis training, and as a public school teacher for young children with autism.
Jenna Ryan, M.A., BCBA
Jenna Ryan received her Bachelor’s of Arts in Liberal Studies and Child Development from CSU Chico in 2007 and her Masters of Arts in Teaching with specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2010. She has worked with children and adults with disabilities since 2001. She has extensive experience in early intervention, social skills intervention, job coaching for adults, and behavior consultation. She is trained in SCERTS (Social Communication Emotional Regulation and Transactional Support) which embodies a holistic, team-centered approach to behavior intervention