GoalPoint Behavior Group’s Core Values
At the core of accountability is reliability, personal responsibility, and self-awareness. We value the ability of our staff and organization to honor our commitments, to clients, and to each other. We take ownership of our work and promptly correct mistakes by being a part of a solution to the greatest extent possible.
We believe in measuring the success of our efforts through thorough planning, research, and the utilization of behavior analytic principles in all facets of our organization.
We are always looking ahead for new ways to improve. We focus on the positive and what’s actionable in order to grow. Relentless improvement gives us energy and opportunities to celebrate what we are doing well and envision where we want to go.
We have an extreme motivation to do what we do. We consistently demonstrate pride in our outcomes and go above and beyond to achieve desired results. We love what we do, and our clients can see that.
We embrace the experience of understanding another individuals’ circumstances from their perspective. We take the time to consciously place ourselves in their shoes in order to provide the best individualized support.
We respect the uniqueness and honor the dignity of each client with our words and actions. We embrace our clients as partners in this journey and understand that the entire family is our client. Lastly, we are dedicated to increasing the quality of life for our clients through the highest quality empirically supported clinical interventions.
We embrace the quality of how we show up to exceed standards, not only to produce greater efficiency in our work but also greater participation in respectful communicative exchanges.
We are committed to providing the highest quality services to our clients by understanding that dedication is not what others expect of us but it is what we can give to others.
To provide high quality behavior analytic and language intervention services to children with developmental disabilities and their families in geographical regions with limited access to these services across the state of Georgia.
To utilize empirically supported behavior analytic interventions to ensure that not only the child but the family members that support them, reach their goals, one point at a time.
Meet the CEO
William E. Walton, M.S, BCBA, LBA -CEO
William is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and has been providing ABA Therapy and working in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis since 2011. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Education from Pennsylvania State University in 2010. He completed five years of clinical experience in an autism clinic that centered on behavior analytic research. This led to him earning his Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis with a focus in Autism Spectrum Disorder from the University of North Dakota. William has a significant amount of experience in behavior analytic research. He coordinated clinical trials for several licensed psychologists in the field of behavior analysis and has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as The Analysis of Verbal Behavior. He has specialized in providing community-based caregiver training in a variety of modalities, including using innovative strategies such as telehealth. William is a firm believer that a comprehensive behavior analytic treatment plan emphasizes both the child and the caregiver as the client.
Meet the Leadership Team
Chanté Dix, M.A., BCBA, Clinical Director – Warner Robins
Chanté is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She has been working with children diagnosed with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) since 2014. She attended undergraduate school at Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville, GA, where she studied psychology. She went on to earn her MA in Psychology and then continued to earn a Post Master’s Certification in Applied Behavior Analysis from The Chicago School. She trained at a nationally renowned clinic in Atlanta, GA, working with clients diagnosed with severe skill deficits. Chanté has experience working in clinics, providing in-home ABA services, and working in the school system. While working in the school setting, she was employed by a nonpublic special education school, working with students diagnosed with a wide range of disabilities, including but not limited to ASD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and Conduct Disorder. More recently, Chanté has been providing case management services to young adults ages 14-22, focusing mainly on the reduction of maladaptive behaviors in school. She is passionate about working with families and helping to improve the lives of their children.
Helen Murray, MA, BCBA, Clinical Director – Tyrone
Helen is a BCBA originally from just outside Indianapolis, Indiana. She received her Bachelor’s of Science from Purdue University in 2014 and her Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University in 2017. Helen began working in the field of behavior analysis through an internship as an ABA therapist during her senior year at Purdue and has loved every minute of it since then! Helen is passionate about creating a positive difference in the lives of children with autism as well as their families through the empirically supported principles of behavior analysis. She has experience working with individuals 18 months and older and providing services in the home, center, and schools.
Maddison Montgomery, M.Ed., BCBA Clinical Director – Columbus
Maddison is a BCBA originally from Gautier, Mississippi. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Collaborative Special Education from Auburn University in Spring 2017. Upon graduating, she continued her studies at Auburn University and received her Master’s degree in Collaborative Special Education, with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism and Developmental Disorders, in Summer 2018. Maddison has previous experience teaching in K-8th grade classrooms with a range of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Emotional-Behavioral Disorders, Specific Learning Disabilities, and Intellectual Disabilities. Maddison also has experience providing behavior analytic services to individuals ages 3-21. Maddison values the introduction of pre-academic skills, behavior reduction in a mock classroom setting, and inclusion of individuals into the least-restrictive environment. Maddison also values the independence of the child within the clinic or community setting and is passionate about teaching functional and independent living skills, providing teenagers and adults with the tools to succeed socially, and implementing skill-acquisition in the community environment.
1921 Whittlesey Rd #400
Columbus, GA 31904
Warner Robins Center
644 Tallulah Trail
Warner Robins, GA 31088
190 Handley Road
Tyrone, GA 30290
Warner Robins: 478-225-2179
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM