Scott Pryor grew up in the greater Seattle area. While attending Brigham Young University in 1997 he became involved with the Autism community and worked with several families in Utah as an Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Instructor. After graduating with a degree in Psychology, Scott became trained as an ABA consultant.
In 2003 Scott created Pryor Consulting, specializing in working with parents and schools to develop and maintain effective ABA programs for families in Utah and the surrounding states. Scott currently works with families in Utah, Idaho, and Montana.
While seeking to improve the quality of programs offered to clients, Scott discovered the Relationship Development Intervention (RDI®) program. After researching RDI®, Scott received training and became a Certified RDI® Consultant in 2009. Scott’s greatest joy in his work is seeing the difficult and stressful family situations transform into productive and fulfilling learning environments for all.
Nicole was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah and grew up with a love and appreciation for family and education. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Marriage, Family and Human Development with a Minor in Psychology.
Nicole became interested in Autism during her education at Brigham Young University, when she became trained in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and worked with families in Salt Lake and Utah County. Upon graduation in 2011, Nicole began working in Special Education at Early Light Academy, integrating Relationship Development Intervention (RDI®) into the school setting for many children. She also continued her work doing both in-home ABA and RDI® sessions with families.
After witnessing significant developments of interpersonal skills as well as an improvement in familial relationships and interactions of her clients, Nicole became a Certified RDI® Consultant in 2014. She enjoys working with families and hopes to make a difference in the Utah Autism community.