At Journeys Behavior Learning Center, people are our greatest asset.
We are like-minded individuals who have a passion for helping others and come from various backgrounds led by Journey’s Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Ian Melton.
Dr. Ian Melton, BCBA-D
Chief Clinical Officer
Dr. Melton has been in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis and has been working with children with special needs, specifically Autism Spectrum Disorder for over 10 years in residential, educational, and clinic settings. He attended Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts for his undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology. His passion for education led to his master’s degree from Endicott College where he obtained a Master of Education in Autism Education and Applied Behavior Analysis. He then went on to earn a Doctorate degree in Applied Behavior Analysis at Endicott College as well. He is currently the Chief Clinical Officer at Journeys Behavior Learning Center as well as an adjunct professor and consultant for his alma mater, Endicott College. Included in his many passions is disseminating applied behavior analysis through effective collaboration. His research interests include social skills deficits, effective instruction for children with disabilities, and ethics of applied practice.