Meet Our Team of Experts
Our Dedicated Staff Makes A Difference for your Child with Autism
While our autism and behavioral health resources are vast, what really makes Springbrook different from other ABA programs is our people. Our staff is not only knowledgeable, but also dedicated to finding answers for each individual and excited about making a difference in the lives of the children, adolescents and adults we serve.
As an autism residential treatment facility, we also emphasize ongoing research and education for our staff members, which is why all of our staff members attend conferences, read, speak, and write in the autism community in addition to their work at our facility. Our involvement in the autism community means that you can rest assured that your child is getting the benefit of the latest research and treatment methods.
Chief Executive Officer, Administrator
Mr. Rowley is the Administrator and maintains overall responsibility for the operation for Springbrook Autism Behavioral Health. Mike is instrumental in the significant financial and national market share growth at Springbook Autism Behavioral Health. Under his leadership the programming to treat behaviors in children and adolescents with autism has become a center of excellence. In the course of Mr. Rowley’s career, he has been the Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director of multiple levels of care that include start-up model psychiatric hospital with services for seniors, adults, adolescents and children; psychiatric hospitals with residential services for behavioral and mental health; detox and chemical dependency; community services and foster care. Prior to joining Springbrook in 2012, Mr. Rowley was CEO of Salt Lake Behavioral Health, a start-up facility in 2010, Executive Director of Lakeside Academy (Sequel Youth and Family Services), and CEO of Copper Hills Youth Center. Mike received his Bachelors and Masters of Social Work from Brigham Young University. Mike is proud of his role as a father of six children, and is dedicated to serving the community and assisting families through education.
Chief Financial Officer
Matthew Fisher, MD
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Dr. Fisher completed his General Psychiatry residency at the University of Texas-Galveston and a Child/Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at University of South Carolina. He serves as the Medical leader of Springbrook’s Psychiatric Residential and Outpatient Treatment Program (specializing in treating Autism Spectrum Disorders) and is an authority in minimal medical management of ASD and ASD with comorbidities. Dr. Fisher speaks at Autism Conferences on Medical Overview of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Medication Management for Autism Spectrum Disorders, Myths and Misconceptions in Autism, Autism and Co-Morbid Conditions, and Helping Siblings and Other Children Understand Autism.
Jeffrey C. Craddock, MD
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Dr. Craddock is a practicing psychiatrist in Greenville. He is the Medical Director of the Acute Autism Assessment and Stabilization Unit at SpringBrook Hospital in Travelers Rest, S.C. He has been in private practice for 27 years in Greenville and Easley, S.C. He is the Medical Director and Program Sponsor of Recovery Concepts of the Upstate, a federally licensed Opioid Treatment Center. He currently serves on the Soapstone Church Preservation and Endowment Board. He is the Director of Fundraising on the Proactive Parenting Initiative Board. He is the Director of Family Life Ministries at Cox Chapel Baptist Church where he serves as a deacon and minister. He previously served on the MUSC Centers for Drug and Alcohol Programs Philanthropy Board and the Woholi Academy Charter School Board. Dr. Craddock grew up in Laurens County, SC. He is a graduate of Clemson University and received his medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. He completed his residency in General Adult Psychiatry at Wake Forest University. He currently lives in Tigerville, S.C. Dr. Craddock is a strong advocate for patients with addiction and mental health issues. He is also a strong advocate for at-risk youth.
With over 35 years of Office Management experience and extensive training in Joint Commission, DHEC, and other regulatory agency requirements, Lisa has diligently served as the Executive Assistant and Medical Staff Coordinator at SpringBrook for the past 20 years.
Director of Risk Management
Janice Collins has a broad background, working many years with behavioral health in residential treatment and has found inspiration in the way good mental healthcare improves patients’ lives. Over the course of her career Janice has developed a deep understanding of the importance of Risk Management to patient care. She is known for her strong communication skills and the ability to relate to patients, family members, regulatory agencies and officials, ensuring accountability and trust. One of Janice's favorite inspirational quotes is by Ralph Waldo Emerson, ‘To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.” In her free time she enjoys spending time with her cherished extended family and two French-bulldogs, Porky and Wilbur Jr.
Brandon Clark, PsyD
Director of Autism Clinical Services
Brandon Clark is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. He is the clinical director at Springbrook Behavioral Hospital. He has a doctorate degree in psychology with an emphasis in industrial/organizational theory. He enjoys implementing behavior strategies to improve system based processes and make organizational advancements.
William Killion, PhD
Board Certified Behavior Analyst, former Speech & Language Pathologist
William Killion, PhD, is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at Springbrook Autism Behavioral Health in Travelers Rest, S.C. Dr. Killion has a PhD in Developmental Psychology and is the author of the Functional Independence Skills Handbook, or F.I.S.H., Developmental Program, which is a curriculum for ABA used world-wide and translated into multiple languages. He serves on the Board of Directors for Einstein Academy, a private school providing education to those diagnosed with ADHD, ADD, Autism, and also serves on the board for the Little White House Autism Program. Dr. Killion has also served as adjunct psychology professor and consultant to psychiatric and behavioral facilities for behavioral plans for children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. With over 40 years of direct experience with individuals with developmental disabilities, including autism, Dr. Killion is a frequent national speaker on ABA and how to address significant negative behaviors.