How we got started...

The Reilly Behavioral Group, LLC (RBG) was established in 2009. It is a California certified non-public agency (NPA). RBG is a Behavioral Health Center of Excellence (BHCOE) accredited organization and a member of the Council of Autism Service Providers (CASP).

RBG is proud to work with dedicated and skilled clinicians who share a passion for helping our clients live life to its fullest. More than a company, we are like a family. Our team of Clinical Supervisors, Behavior Interventionists, clients and their families work hand-in-hand to achieve meaningful outcomes and quality of life.

Maria Sasaki Solis, M.P.H., BCBA, President

Maria has been working with children with special needs and their families since 2003.  She has served/serves on various committees for CalABA and CASP, presented to parent and community groups, as well as at professional conferences.  Maria has taught at the graduate level, at the University of West Florida and at Santa Clara University.  Maria graduated from Santa Clara University, magna cum laude, phi beta kappa, with a B.S. in Sociology and Communications.  She has an M.P.H. from Johns Hopkins University with an emphasis in social and behavioral sciences.  Maria holds a certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders from the MIND Institute at UC Davis.

George Ayala, B.S., RBT Behavioral Intervention Therapist

George earned his B.S. in Psychology from Santa Clara University, and plans to pursue a graduate degree in Clinical Psychology. Prior to joining RBG, he worked with children as a tutor in school settings, which prompted his interest in special education and Autism. George currently provides 1:1 and group behavioral intervention services in home, school, and community settings, as well as telehealth.

Cory Cong, B.S., Behavior Interventionist

Cory earned a B.A. in Psychology and Environmental Studies from Santa Clara University, Psi Chi, Class of 2020. He is planning to pursue a M.A. in Counseling Psychology in the coming years. Cory started his time with RBG as an undergraduate intern for six months and officially began working with the team in June of 2019. Cory currently provides 1:1 behavioral intervention services in home, school settings, and telehealth settings.

Fatima Costa, B.S., Clinic Manager

Fatima has been working with children with Autism since 2006 volunteering in Special Day Classes.  She earned her B.A. in Behavioral Science in 2017 from San Jose State University and worked as a Behavioral Interventionist before settling into her role as clinic manager at RBG.

Bryant Gillman, M.A., BCBA, Clinical Supervisor

Bryant has worked in the field of behavior analysis for 6 years. He has a Bachelors in Exercise Biology and Psychology and a Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis. Bryant has worked in numerous settings including hospitals, non-public schools, centers, district schools, in-home, and the community.  Bryant has been with the company for 1 year and counting.

Arna Gupta, B.S., Behavior Interventionist

Arna has been working with children with special needs and their families since 2013. She has a B.S. in neuroscience and is an MHA candidate at The George Washington University. She began her service to individuals with special needs as a volunteer in an after school program, and by assisting her mother, a (now retired) social worker who served individuals on the autism spectrum in home and community settings. Arna has been with the team since 2019 and currently provides telehealth and 1:1 services.

Shéyna Moore, M.A., Behavior Interventionist

Shéyna has been working with and advocating for children with special needs since 2011. In 2011 she began advocating for at risk  students and students with disabilities through the policy council and personnel committee for Head Start/Early Head Start in San Francisco. She began working as an ABA therapist in 2013. This experience made Shéyna realize that she wanted to further her education in the field, and in 2019, she received her M.A. in Special Education with a focus in Applied Behavioral Analysis. She joined the RBG team in 2020 and looks forward to continuing providing services in the home, school, and the community.

Gabi Otto, B.S., RBT, Behavior Interventionist

Gabi has been working with children since 2013, and has worked as a teacher’s assistant, after school program teacher, and health educator. Gabi graduated with a B.S. in Human Services, concentration in psychology, at Walden University in 2017. Gabi has been working at RBG since 2017.

Michael Santos, M.A., Clinical Supervisor

Michael started off as an instructional assistant for preschool students with Autism for an Early Childhood Special Education program.  He has also worked as an intern special education teacher where he learned about evidence based interventions from occupational therapists, speech/language pathologists, and behavior specialists. During his time in special education, his interest in Applied Behavior Analysis peaked and grew. He attended Ball State University's online Masters in Special Education program and graduated 2019 with his MA and certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis. During his free time, he helps teach children Muay Thai at a local Martial Arts gym, and has worked with children at a local boxing gym in the South Bay.

Kevin Scurich, M.A., LMFT, Clinical Supervisor

Kevin has been working with individuals with special needs and their families at RBG since 2014. Kevin graduated from Santa Clara University with a B.S. in Psychology and Public Health Science, with a minor in Biology. He also went on to receive his M.A. in Counseling Psychology from SCU. Kevin is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (License No. LMFT 120467). He manages the RBG Internship program, allowing college students an opportunity to gain experience with ABA. In addition to his duties at RBG, Kevin works as a trauma certified therapist specializing in working with Youth in Crisis and the LGBTQ+ community.

Katelyn Tyler, B.A., RBT, Behavioral Interventionist

Katelyn (Katie) earned her B.A. in Sociology from Saint Mary's College of California and is planning to earn her M.A. She has been working with special needs children since 2013. She has been a member of the Big Brother's Big Sister's program in Santa Cruz county for 5 years where she provided support in public and private settings to a special needs child. Katie taught Math and English in 2014 to various schools in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Katie has been with the team for 5 years and currently provides 1:1 and group services in schools, homes, and the community, facilitates social skills groups, and assists in the training of new BIs and interns.

Chris Vasquez, M.A., Clinical Supervisor

Chris has been working with children on the Autism Spectrum since 2013. He graduated from San Jose State University with a B.A. in Psychology and holds an MA. in Education from National University. Chris is currently working toward BCBA certification. Chris oversees school-based programs, trains and mentors BIs and interns, assists in assessments and the development of clients’ treatment plans, and provides behavioral intervention in home, school, and community settings.