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Supporting Your Child’s Development

This upcoming school year is approaching fast, and we’ve heard the concerns from our families loud and clear.

Whether it’s distance learning, modified schedules or other support that you need to help get your family through a non-traditional school year, now is the time to give us a call to talk through your needs and how we can step in to support you.

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Gateway at a Glance


ABA therapy
individualized sessions
ABA therapy

from over 800 BCBAs and ABA therapists


12 clinics offering 90,000 square feet of treatment space


After 6 months of therapy, 98% of clients demonstrated skill acquisition in all categories tested

Meet Our Chief Clinical Officer

Born and raised in Oakland County, Michigan, Christina has spent over a decade practicing as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She received her graduate training in Applied Behavior Analysis from Western Michigan University, an institution that is world-renowned for its contributions to behavioral psychology, particularly for research and the treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Christina practiced in a variety of large clinical settings and leadership roles until 2014, when she became inspired to fulfill her lifelong dream of building therapy centers that provide the highest level of care to its clients.

Gateway has since become one of the country’s finest centers for the treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders, in large part because of Christina’s incredible passion – both for her profession as a Behavior Analyst and for the children, families and communities that Gateway proudly serves.

Learn About Our Team


Gateway is a proud partner of the Western Michigan University Graduate Program in Applied Behavior Analysis, serving as a practicum site for the supervision, development, and training of students in their pursuit of becoming Board Certified Behavior Analysts. WMU is noted for having one of the finest ABA programs in the country and we are pleased to host several future BCBAs from WMU.

In addition, we are a proud partner of Oakland University’s Applied Behavior Analysis Graduate Program. In addition to her role as Gateway’s Chief Clinical Officer, Christina serves as an adjunct professor of OU’s post-graduate ABA program. Several of OU’s BCBA and BCaBA students are currently completing their practicum experience at Gateway.

We are also proud to be a Founding Member of the Michigan Behavior Analysis Provider (MiBAP) Association, which is committed to promoting access to the science of applied behavior analysis (ABA) through advocacy, education, and quality practices.

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