At Kaleidoscope Clinic, our founding principle rests on supporting our community by bettering the lives of children and providing access to early intervention for those with differing abilities. We have seen families on waitlists – sometimes for years – for these critical services and recognize that there is a need in our community. Kaleidoscope Clinic was born to address and meet that need and provide resources through our educational therapies and guidance programs.

When your child receives ABA therapy, Occupational therapy, Speech therapy, Language therapy, or any other services offered by Kaleidoscope, they are receiving that service from a professional who is also trained as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT). All staff are cross trained as RBTs and receive ongoing in-service trainings across all therapy departments. Actively utilizing a multidisciplinary approach in collaboration with each learner’s team gives each clinician the tools needed to provide comprehensive and effective strategies to provide the best possible outcomes and service to each learner and their family. Family involvement is a large part of your child’s success and we welcome you to participate in your child’s learning and development journey.

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is an evidence-based best practice treatment with a wide range of benefits. It has been shown to increase communication skills, improve social skills, and decrease problem behaviors. Most importantly, is adaptable to meet the needs of a wide range of individuals that works in both one-on-one and group settings. Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) are dedicated to providing the highest level of care.



Director of Business Development


 Anita is currently the Director of Business and Clinical Development at Kaleidoscope Clinic. She is a Licensed and Board Certified Behavior Analyst with a demonstrated history of working with children and families for over 15 years. She has a Masters Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis and Bachelors Degree in Human Development and Family Studies.

Having been raised in the southwest Missouri community, she is thrilled to be a part of developing and offering quality services to the community she grew up in. She is passionate about professional development and feels we are always learners no matter our age. In her spare time, Anita will find any reason to play outdoors and loves to dance.

Marge Cheesman

Occupational Therapist


As a pediatric occupational therapist, Marge is passionate about helping children with special needs by providing effective, evidence-based therapy in a safe and fun environment.  She enjoys horseback riding, and has an extensive background using horses in her therapy sessions by incorporating hippotherapy as one of her treatment strategies.  She loves spending time with her two grown children and five grandchildren, and enjoys hiking with her two dogs, Piper and Miracle.

Educational background:
Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy Assistant
Professional Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor
Master of Science in Occupational Therapy
Completed Level I and Level II education courses in hippotherapy from American Hippotherapy Association, Inc.

Sabrina Thompson

Registered Behavior Technician


Sabrina Thompson became a Registered Behavior Technician in December of 2015. In her 5 years of experience working with children with Autism, she has become passionate about working with clients and their families to help them achieve their goals and supporting them to reach their greatest potential. When Sabrina is not providing therapy, she enjoys going to the lake, binge watching tv shows and relaxing with her husband and dog at home.

Jacklynn Williams

Registered Behavior Technician and OT


Jacklynn knew in high school that she wanted to go into a career where she helped children. She became an occupational therapist because of its dynamic of mental health combined with learning independent living skills. She chose to add Registered Behavioral Therapist to her list of skills to aid her as an occupational therapist and advance her knowledge of behavioral techniques. She received her Bachelor’s of Art in Psychology at Oklahoma Baptist University and her Master’s of Occupational Therapy from Texas Woman’s University. She has grown a passion for helping children become the best versions of themselves and celebrating when they succeed. She enjoys being outdoors either kayaking or hiking. She has a dog named Shawnie who keeps her company. She also enjoy reading and DIY projects.

Kayla Ramsey

Registered Behavioral Technician


Kayla received her Bachelor’s of science degree in Early Childhood Development in 2008. She has worked many years as a Preschool and Early Head Start Teacher! During the summer of 2019 she decided to broaden her skills and began working with children with Autism and became a Registered Behavioral Technician. She has a passion for helping Children and their families reach their goals. When not providing therapy Kayla enjoys spending time with her husband and their young son. They enjoy playing outside and working in the Garden. Kayla comes from a big family and enjoys spending time with them as much as she can. 

Chelsea Wilson, M.S., CCC-SLP

Speech Language Pathologist


Chelsea is originally from Miami, Oklahoma and is excited to return to the Four State Area after being away for 11 years. She completed her undergraduate degree at Oklahoma Baptist University. She attended Oklahoma State University where she earned a Master of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Chelsea holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed to practice in Missouri, Nevada, and Colorado. Chelsea has worked in a variety of settings including schools, hospital, outpatient rehabilitation and private practice.

Prior to Kaleidoscope, Chelsea worked as a Speech-Language Pathologist serving students in self-contained autism programs and in the general education setting. Chelsea has a passion for working with all children but especially those who require the use of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). She has experience working with individuals who have deficits in the following areas: articulation, phonology, apraxia of speech, expressive/receptive language, dysphagia, feeding, craniofacial issues, social communication, genetic syndromes, Autism Spectrum Disorders, voice, stuttering, auditory processing, accent modification, aphasia, traumatic brain injury, and early intervention.

In her spare time, Chelsea enjoys outdoor activities, traveling, and spending time with her husband and their sassy cockapoo, Paizley.

Erin Phipps

Board Certified Analyst


Erin Phipps is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at Kaleidoscope. She has worked in the field for 10 years, as a paraprofessional, a special education teacher, and as a BCBA supervising both school-based and outpatient ABA programs.  She’s passionate about using the science of behavior to help kids succeed in the classroom and in life.
Erin holds a Masters degree in Special Education with a graduate certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Arkansas.
When she’s not thinking about behavior change, she’s listening to The Avett Brothers and hanging out with her two dogs.

Leah Cooper

Clinical Intake & Billing Specialist

Intake/Billing Specialist

Originally from Iowa, Leah has lived in Joplin for the last 10 years. She has over six and half years of experience working in the field of autism. She is passionate about supporting families through the process of acquiring behavioral/therapeutic services.  

Nicole Hoffman

Registered Behavior Technician


Nicole is currently an RBT and holds a Masters degree in Psychology, specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis and is currently working on her hours towards her BCBA.  She previously graduated with her bachelors in psychology from MSSU.  Nicole has three children and a variety of pets.  For fun, Nicole likes to play with her children especially going to the park, going on hikes with her dogs and doing zumba. Nicole enjoys volunteering at her children’s schools and the Joplin Humane Society. 

Natalie Zanatta

Registered Behavior Technician


Natalie grew up in Baxter Springs, KS. She studied Psychology at Pittsburg State University. She lived in Missouri, Oklahoma, & Arkansas before returning to her hometown of Baxter Springs, KS about 5 years ago. Natalie’s work experience includes working with both adults and children with disabilities, foster care, and other social service related jobs over the last 20 years. She has a passion for helping others especially with at-risk individuals in the community. Natalie and her husband, John, have 3 sons; Dylan, Hunter, and Elliott. During her free time, she enjoys traveling, gardening, & hiking/running. .

Sarah Lomeli

Registered Behavior Technician


Sarah Lomeli has worked with children all her life and knew she wanted to make a difference at a young age. Sarah has spent time on the mission field working with a children’s organization called Ninos de Mexico and lived in Mexico City for 3 years. Now going back to the organization a few times throughout the year volunteering and helping where she can. Sarah has also finished her associates degree in 2019 from Crowder College. She plans on continuing her education over the next few years. Sarah enjoys spending time with her husband and pug, Lola. On the weekends they are often traveling visiting family, spending time on the river or just watching movies together!  

Nick Watson

Registered Behavior Technician


Nick has always wanted to make a difference in the world and started making changes to his career opportunities at the time of the birth of his first son Zacharia. He was projected into the field of healthcare with the disabled on an unexpecting whim that became a prominent passion. Nick has several certifications for healthcare practice with 3 years experience with intellectual and physical disabilities, ranging in ages from graduate to adult. Nick has decided to further his opportunities by joining a field that handles the development of children the most essential stages of the human condition. Nick’s hopes are to continue developing and become prominent and fluent in the practice that would benefit the growth of his children.

Selina Dunlap

Registered Behavior Technician


Selina has always had a passion for children and the healthcare field. She has been working with children for many years and has recently worked as a certified nursing assistant for 5 years. She would love to advance her career in helping children. She loves to watch children light up when they finally get something they’ve been working on. In her free time she loves to travel to visit her family and spend time loving on her puppy, Ellie.  

Jennifer Go

Registered Behavior Technician


Jennifer was born and raised in California and always knew that she wanted to help her community and the underserved. Jennifer got the opportunity to volunteer with a non-profit organization, International Health Collective at UCSD, to provide healthcare to the undeserved communities in Tijuana, Mexico for 2 years. Although she only had a few years of experience working with children on the autism spectrum, she has the driven motivation of improving the learning experiences of those that she works with. Jennifer loves spending time with her husband and dog, Speedy, traveling to different countries trying all kinds of foods, and exploring new hobbies.


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