Since October 2007, Lyney Armour has worked as a Clinical Administrator for Behavior Analysis & Therapy Partners in Pennsylvania. Working with children, Behavior Analysis & Therapy Partners first creates a comprehensive psychological profile to identify what the needs of the child are and then creates a personalized treatment plan that meets both the child’s and the family’s requirements. To that extent, Lyney Armour seeks to involve parents in the analysis process and encourages them to treat the behavioral health disorders that have been diagnosed in their children. Lyney Armour also encourages the incorporation of community resources into the child’s treatment to ensure the highest level of care. This includes involving social services and the local school systems in addressing social and educational needs that extend beyond the bounds of the child’s behavioral health professionals. As a Clinical Administrator at Behavior Analysis & Therapy Partners, Lyney Armour is responsible for many of the practice’s managerial and organizational needs. In addition to engineering new and more efficient policies, objectives, and procedures, Lyney Armour is also accountable for staff evaluations and ensuring the highest quality of work in all departments. She coordinates with other senior management partners to complete reports, budgets, and other necessary tasks. Lyney Armour’s other major responsibility is patient records security. Recently, the federal government enacted a regulation that all healthcare providers maintain confidential and secure electronic patient records. In order to comply with legislative requirements, Lyney Armour maintains cutting-edge computer and software knowledge. Lyney Armour keeps complete and accurate records that are available only to authorized staff. In addition to her work at Behavior Analysis & Therapy Partners, Lyney Armour is also a graduate student working towards a Master of Science in Clinical Research Organization and Management at Drexel University.
- Behavior Analysis & Therapy Partners
: 10/2007 -
Comprehensive psychological evaluations that indicate the needs of the child. Develop individual treatment plans specific to the needs of the child and the family. We also refer social service and educational needs to social services and /or the local school district. Provide a treatment team of behavior health professionals.
- Drexel University
: 10/2009 -
Healthcare Research & Management
Currently obtaining a Master of Science in Clinical Research Organization and Management