Triad was founded by a former special education teacher and our executive director has been working in the ASD space in a variety of capacities since 1993. Our clinical director, Dr. Will Carroll, has specific training and research experience on females with ASD which is a new and emerging field. Triad is also one of the few clinics in metro Atlanta which has a specialist in the area of LGBTQ and autism crossover. All of our clinicians, regardless of their individual specializations are trained in the Triad approach, which combines behavior analysis, psychotherapy and special education which is a very effective treatment modality for individuals on the spectrum. As well, Triad embraces an advance practice model framework in the treatment of ASD/Neurodiversity so we are not limited to any one particular treatment method, but combine traditional approaches with other therapies to yield measurable results and progress. Triad does not embrace deficit model thinking in working with neurodiversity, but instead a strengths model which puts as much focus on what is right with an individual as what needs to worked on. Our staff are often called upon as experts to testify or consult in legal proceedings involving neurodiverse accessibility, ADA consulting, free and appropriate public education, workplace issues and more. From IEP advocacy to expert witness testimony to complex litigation we have been there and done that.