Our Mission

The mission of SpringBrook Autism Behavioral Health is to provide the highest quality care and exceptional services in the eyes of our patients, customers and employees. To achieve this, the Springbrook Autism Program provides structured, effective support for children with autism and their families.

Our Goal for the Autism Behavioral Health Program

Our staff strives to create a solid foundation for long-term wellbeing and success outside of the program. We emphasize evidence-based treatments and therapies, such as Occupational Therapy and Applied Behavior Analysis, that have far-reaching benefits beyond the classroom. All of our services are tailored to meet the needs of individual students and their families, and are provided with our client's dignity, respect, and confidentiality in mind.

Our History

The Springbrook Autism Program grew out of three decades of experience in behavioral and mental health care. We founded the program after recognizing a need in our region for greater support and professional treatments and therapies for families struggling with the behaviors associated with autism.

Our Values

SpringBrook will foster, promote and celebrate a culture of:


By holding ourselves consistently to the highest ethical, personal, clinical and business standards.


By consistently intensely pursuing, evaluating and implementing new ideas, research and technology for enhancement of our patients, employees and customers’ experiences.


By educating, treating and mentoring patients, families and employees to help them reach their maximum potential.

Team Work

Through collaborating, supporting, relying upon, trusting and respecting one another with knowledge that we can accomplish higher goals as a team.

Our Vision

SpringBrook Behavioral Health System will be a premier health care organization by striving for a culture of excellence through responding to the needs of the community, employees and shareholders.

Our Philosophy

To be part of SpringBrook you cannot just come to work. We at SpringBrook are personally invested in making a positive difference in the lives of our patients and families by understanding their individual needs. They require and deserve our compassion, empathy, and commitment to their treatment. We are here to change, heal, and save lives.

Our Leadership


Mike Rowley
Chief Executive Officer, Administrator

Bart Bennett
Chief Financial Officer

Lisa McJunkin
Executive Assistant

Matthew Fisher, MD
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Brandon Clark, PsyD
Director of Autism Clinical Services

Katy Snipes, LMSW
Director of Admissions and Utilization Management

William Killion, PhD
Board Certified Behavior Analyst, former Speech & Language Pathologist

Medical Team

Matthew Fisher, MD
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

William Killion, PhD
Board Certified Behavior Analyst, former Speech & Language Pathologist