The Success Center by GBCS,LLC, is located at 329 Village Road East in Princeton Junction, NJ. The center is attached to Congregation Beth Chaim, enter through the rear door. The center is conveniently located near exit 8 on the NJ Turnpike, near exit 8 on 195, near Route 130, and near Route 1.

The Success Center by GBCS, LLC, is under the direction of Beth Glasberg, Ph.D., BCBA-D. Beth has been working with children and families facing social, learning, or behavioral challenges for over 25 years. She has authored several books focusing on both challenging behaviors and sibling issues, as well as multiple peer reviewed articles. Furthermore, Beth has presented at conferences both nationally and internationally.

Albert Buck, M.Ed., BCBA, has been providing behavioral analytic services to individuals ranging from ages 3 to 53 for over 10 years. Albert's career began as a life-skills coach in which he provided training to not only the necessary skills to complete the jobs, but also to professional skills to help maintain job placement for the long-term. Soon into his career, Albert began working with preacademic and school-aged students. He has experience conducting functional behavior assessments, implementation of Behavior Intervention Plans and leading social skills groups. With Albert's experience comes an understanding of teaching independence and social inclusion to individuals that are in need.

Heather Edwards, MSEd, BCBA, is a certified special education teacher. She has been working in special education for more than 20 years with learners ranging from age 2 to age 21. Heather has been a classroom teacher and now works as a behavior specialist consulting to individual students and classrooms. Areas of particular interest for Heather include promoting functional communication, increasing social skills, and developing functional curriculum to increase skills that are essential for success as an adult.

Celia L. Heyman, M.A., BCBA has been providing behavior analytic services to children with diverse needs, as well as staff training for schools and other agencies offering behavior change. She is an adjunct faculty at Capella University and Rider Univesity. Celia is in the process of completing her research on the utitity of relational frame theory (RFT) as a framework to teaching advance subject matter such as behavior analysis. She has presented at several conferences on topics surrounding supervision of aspiring behavior analysts and using behavior analytic principles and teaching methods to teach students enrolled in behavior analysis programs.

Ann-Marie Kuba, MA, BCBA, holds a certificate in elementary education and special education. She has worked in the field of special education for over 20 years both as a teacher and behavior analyst. She has been a teacher, early intervention provider, and is currently a behaviorist for a public school in New Jersey. She has presented for school districts, organizations, and parents as well as at AutismNJ, DEC, CEC, and BCASC. Ann-Marie is passionate about working with clients, families, and communities to ensure effective, meaningful, and fun learning is happening.

Kristina M. Quigley, Ed.M., BCBA, holds certification as an elementary and special education teacher. Kristina has been working with children, adolescents, and young adults for 15 years. With experience as a classroom teacher as well as a behavior analyst, Kristina has provided behavioral and academic consultations and training to school districts, families, and community organizations. Kristina has particular interest in matching learners with appropriate academic and functional curricula.

Deborah Silver, MA, BCBA has been working privately with high school and college students from a variety of institutions help them overcome the hurdles of college acceptance and completion. She has presented at several conferences on topics surrounding college students on the autism spectrum.

Why was the center created?

Through working with families across the years, providers working through GBCS,LLC noted a variety of populations whose needs were not being met. We began the Success Center in an attempt to meet the needs of these underserved children and young adults.