ABN's team of professional clinicians is comprised of a licensed psychologist, board certified behavior analysts and licensed professional counselors. Our human resources department works diligently to provide fully staffed treatment teams to our clients.
Tracy Pritzl, PsyD, BCBA-D
Tracy Pritzl, PsyD, BCBA-D is a co-owner of ABN and serves as the Executive Director of Clinical Operations. She is a licensed psychologist and licensed behavior analyst in the State of Wisconsin. Dr. Pritzl oversees the ABA treatment program and all clinical staff.
Dr. Pritzl has provided ABA treatment to hundreds of children on the autism spectrum. She is experienced at completing comprehensive diagnostic evaluations of young children and as well as in-depth psychological and educational testing assessments. Dr. Pritzl is dedicated to providing quality, research-based, treatment to children with autism.
Dr. Pritzl enjoys working with families to ensure that the treatment matches the family’s needs. She believes it is essential to be realistic when developing behavior plans so that the family will have the same success as the ABN staff in managing problematic behaviors. Dr. Pritzl considers the child, family, and living environment when deciding which deficits should be strengthened and which skills should be prioritized.
Maggie Doman is the co-owner ABN and serves as the Executive Director of Business Operations. Maggie has over 15 years of experience managing teams of clinicians and providing ABA to children with autism. Maggie has worked with children and families affected by autism throughout Wisconsin. Maggie also helped develop a center-based treatment facility for children in Malaysia. Maggie is passionate about working with parents and other family members to design the best treatment for their child.
After years of clinical work, Maggie decided to put her passion into the administrative side of ABA treatment for children with autism. Maggie oversees the business operations by ensuring that each child has the best team members to maximize their treatment and working with insurance companies. Maggie also connects with local universities to educate students and professors on autism and ABA. In addition, she forges connections with other community resources to best help the autism community at large.