Reanne Woods, MS, BCBA, LBA
Founder/Director/Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Reanne is a Licensed, Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (LBA/BCBA), whom specializes in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). In 2010 Reanne had her first child and started her career as a direct support staff at a residential company in Cordova, TN. Under the supervision of several BCBAs, she began working with adults with intense challenging behaviors and various disabilities. There she helped clients complete daily activities, advocated during doctor appointments, cooked and served meals, performed light housekeeping duties, and provided companionship. Reanne was later promoted to a home manger which included the following duties: grocery shopping, laundry, maintenance, scheduling medical appointments and staffing, coordinating travel and events, household bills, and more. While working as a home manger, Reanne attended Baptist College of Health Sciences in Memphis, TN in a undergraduate Healthcare Management Program. After graduation, Reanne became apart of the Healthcare Management team at her current job where she assisted with establishing policies and frameworks, managed human resources, allocated budgets and other financial resources, submitted reports, and maintained and managed IT systems and databases.
In 2014 she began the ABA graduate program at The University of Memphis. In 2015 Reanne married her high-school sweet heart of 9 years and became a Behavior Specialist. She worked under the supervision of a BCBA to write and implement behavior reduction programs, while obtaining over 1,000 practicum/internship hours to become a BCBA. In 2016 Reanne had her second child and graduated from the University of Memphis with a Masters of Science with emphasis in ABA. Upon graduating, Reanne worked as a Behavior Consultant with multiple school districts across the Mississippi and Memphis area providing direct ABA Therapy and training to parents, teachers, and staff. During that year, Reanne also provided residential ABA Therapy to private clients and began building the foundation of ABC Behavior Therapy. In November of 2018, ABC became a center-based ABA Treatment Center. As of today, Reanne has nearly 10 years of combined experience in healthcare & behavior management, possessing an abundance of knowledge and skills. She has gained many hands-on experiences from supporting individuals with autism, intellectual and mental disabilities, severe challenging behaviors, and so much more. Reanne’s professional and personal expertise alone allows her to display genuine compassion, commitment, & integrity deeply embedded in her institution, making ABC Behavior Therapy more than eager to continuously make a positive impact on families, changing one life at a time!
My name is Barbara Pickett. I currently serve as the Assistant Director of ABC Behavior Therapy. I am a mother of 6 beautiful and intelligent and a host of grandchildren. I have always had a passion for helping people. I have been in management for several years. Coming to join the team at ABC Behavior Therapy was a great decision for me. We have an awesome leader and a great team. I look forward to continuing to learn and grow with the company.
Erykah Guidry MS,BCBA
BCBA/Director of Patient Relations
Erykah P. Guidry is a proud wife and “Cajun Mama” of 2 girls and 5 (and counting) dogs. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at UofM in 2020 and her Master's at Simmons University in 2023.
“2 years ago, I was a stay at home mom who knew little to no one in this area. Joining ABC was like joining a family. I’ve grown so much in a short span of time. I have had a great mentor in Reanne who goes above and beyond for her staff.”
In her spare time, Erykah enjoys spending time with her husband, children, and dogs!
Director of Culture and Diversity
I was born in a little town from Zacatecas, Mexico. I don't recall much for I moved to Memphis when I was about 12 months old. Mother and I came here in search of a better life, just like every immigrant of all times. Better life meaning, to have the opportunity to earn what we worked hard for. That is exactly what she did. Our family grew with my dad and little sister. I grew up in a multicultural neighborhood which inspired me in so many ways. Watching all sorts of cultures thrive in this country made me happy to be part of it. I am blessed to have been able to experience the ups and downs of life. An important memory of the difficult times is one of not being able to afford food yet being helped by kind people. We lived in small and poor neighborhood and went out shopping with a Veteran friend. He told my mom he needed help on an errand and instead told her to fill the shopping cart with groceries and he would pay for it. This neighborhood has currently updated. Many families have rebuilt or added to their homes. The neighborhood is showing the fruit of everyones hard work. My family is in the process of building a new home from the ground up. I try to keep the loving and working mindset which my parents have instilled in me. To pass on the love and joy of God in the world through my hard work and dedication for His people.