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Meet The Owner

Sindy Victor, MS, BCBA, LBA

Sindy Victor is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and the owner of Swarthy Lion Behavioral Health & Wellness LLC established in Atlanta, Georgia. She is also a licensed practitioner in the states of Connecticut and Nevada where she provides ABA Therapy & Behavior Consultation services via telehealth. After nearly a decade of supporting autistic creatives, Sindy pursued fashion design as a creative outlet to inspire social change. The outcome was an increase in faith and a pivot into professional services. As a clinician, Sindy serves with ethical considerations for cultural competency and inclusion. 

"I have decided to stick with love (reinforcement). Hate (punishment) is too great a burden to bear."

-Martin Luther King Jr.

Our Philosophy

In our behavior change clinic, wellness is a goal. We encourage individuals and families to stride for a healthy lifestyle & aspire to change the practical treatment of mental and physical health by using evidence-based practices. Behavioral health refers to how someone's behaviors can influence their health & well-being. By systematically addressing wellness in these four domains: physical wellness, emotional wellness, social wellness, and spiritual wellness our objective is to demonstrate mastery in human behavior. With this in mind, a healthy child care provider does not compete; they perform. Performance is influenced and improved by self-confidence. Confidence and productivity often work well together. As an individual's confidence grows, they may exhibit some of the following characteristics:

  • You listen more than you speak.

  • You are always looking for ways to improve your skills.

  • You know when to ask for help.

  • You can quickly adapt to a new role.

With developed confidence and a philosophical attitude, a male or female might also find it easier to embrace challenges in the workplace. This includes finding appropriate outlets to overcome adversity and succeed at executive functioning. When intervention practices are implemented competently, they can influence an individual to become more autonomous; observed as an increase in self-expression and self-reporting. Motivated by B.F. Skinner's theory of radical behaviorism our treatment practice was built on a foundation of creative thinking and empirical rigor. By incorporating the practices of art, music, and sensory integration therapy into our autism therapy service we strengthen the number of opportunities each client has to develop social skills both independently and in group settings.

-Sindy Victor, MS, BCBA, LBA

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