Therapy Services


Our unique setting, a historic home, located in the heart of downtown Northville, provides a calm, welcoming, and natural environment for our members. Having our center in a home enables our practitioners to teach a wide array of life skills to our members that promotes generalization to their own familiar environments.  


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We currently accept the following insurance providers for ABA Therapy:

Blue Cross Blue shield

Our Team

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Alyssa Parros

BCBA, LBA- Clinical Director

Alyssa started in the field of ABA as a behavior technician in 2015 and has worked with children in other capacities for over 10 years. Alyssa went into the field of ABA when she realized the great benefit of the science and its application with individuals with autism.  She became a BCBA in 2015 and has worked with clients in various settings such as clinics, schools, and client homes. She started at Living and Learning in March of 2022 and built the ABA program to what it is today. Alyssa puts high priority on teaching through the natural environment and partnering with each learner, working together as a team. In addition to working with teens and young adults, Alyssa has a strong passion for staff training and team development and has worked hard to create a team that is kind, supportive, and provides quality services to the members we work with.  Alyssa is an influential, supportive, and dedicated leader who is passionate about what she does and teaching others. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her two goldendoodles, reading, and working on home improvement projects.

Julie Kopp


Julie Niemi became a BCBA in 2021 after nearly ten years of experience in the field. Julie began her experience as a paraprofessional, camp counselor and working for a respite company to provide in home and community care. She then found her love of ABA about eight years ago when becoming a behavior technician. Julie received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and then moved into receiving her master’s degree in Special Education with a Concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis all at Oakland University. While going to grad school, Julie worked for a local school district to learn how to integrate ABA within a public school setting. Julie has a passion for working with adults with autism spectrum disorder and is thrilled to be a part of the Living and Learning Enrichment Center team. When Julie isn’t working, she loves to spend time with friends and family, either having a movie or game night or trying new restaurants. She also loves to spend time outside taking her dog, Nala, for walks, playing soccer or traveling to new places.

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Nadine Ali


Nadine is a Temporary Limited Licensed Psychologist and a Licensed Behavior Analyst, specializing in the comprehensive treatment of adolescents and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). With a master’s degree in clinical psychology, Nadine brings over 4 years of dedicated experience in applied behavior analysis (ABA). Her journey began in graduate school, where she immersed herself in hands-on roles as a behavioral technician and student therapist, delivering psychotherapy and ABA services to adolescents and adults. Nadine’s passion led her to accumulate thousands of hours working with individuals on the autism spectrum, unveiling a keen awareness of the limited resources available for teens and adults facing these challenges. Employing a naturalistic approach, Nadine integrates her clinical psychology and ABA training to offer a highly effective method. Her focus revolves around enhancing communication, social, and daily living skills. From problem-solving to emotional regulation, Nadine is dedicated to empowering individuals on the spectrum to thrive in various aspects of life. 

In her free time, Nadine enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends, trying out adventurous activities, and practicing Pilates to stay active and centered.

Erica Miletti


Erica is a Temporary Limited Licensed Psychologist and Board-Certified Behavior Analyst who specializes in working with individuals with autism spectrum disorder. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis from the Michigan School of Psychology. Erica cultivates a compassionate and supportive therapy environment while implementing evidence-based interventions to improve thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. She utilizes Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, a behavior analytic approach, to help promote greater psychological flexibility within her clients. Erica is familiar with the unfortunate lack of dedicated mental health resources for teens and adults on the autism spectrum, which is why she feels so passionate about working with and empowering this population. As the Program Director, Erica also oversees social programming and other special interest groups at LLEC. Through leisure and other engaging activities, Erica aims to curate unique experiences that foster social connection between members. In her free time, Erica enjoys cooking new recipes, yoga, and spending time outside with her dog, Ellie.

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