Imbueity uses evidence-based strategies from applied behavior analysis (ABA) to provide effective, individualized supports for people seeking to reach their goals and live a values-driven life. Fulfilling this mission may mean different things to different people. Imbueity provides behavioral-health services for individuals, families, students, and organizations that are looking to learn, grow, and reach specific objectives they set for themselves, their loved ones, or their staff. These specific objectives (goals) are created based on what the individual, family, or organization finds to be most important (values).


Dr. Pisman received her doctorate degree in Applied Behavior Analysis at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, NE (2018). During her doctoral program, she worked at the Munroe-Meyer Institute in the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders and Pediatric Feeding Disorders Clinic. Dr. Pisman specialized in providing comprehensive ABA services using a telehealth model and collaborating on the development and growth of a hybrid program for individuals with feeding disorders and learning deficits or behavioral excesses. She earned her master’s degree in Human Services – Applied Behavior Analysis at the University of Maryland Baltimore County in Baltimore, MD (2014). During her master’s program, she worked on the Inpatient Neurobehavioral Unit at the Kennedy Krieger Institute where she provided intensive assessment and treatment of severe challenging behaviors. Dr. Pisman also studied behavior analysis for four years in her undergraduate program at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA (2012). She conducted behavioral research with animals and people in the laboratory setting, and conducted research on providing Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and Teacher-Child Interaction Training in the clinic- and school-based settings, respectively. In sum, Dr. Pisman accumulated nine years of education, training, and research experience to help others through Imbueity


Service location: Most therapy services are delivered via telehealth, with in-person visits dependent on clinical need and availability.

Service Area: San Francisco Bay Area, San Francisco CA, Dublin CA

Service Populations: Typically-developing individuals, neurotypical individuals, children, young adults, autism spectrum disorder, developmental and intellectual disabilities, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, anxiety disorders, fears, and more.

Services: functional behavior assessment, sleep treatment, analysis of medication-behavior interactions, building parent-child relationships, building sibling relationships, reducing challenging behaviors, prevention of early childhood problems, and toilet training.

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