Brandon T. Gann, MS, BCBA, LBA

Brandon Gann joins Play Works Children’s Therapies as the Director of Behavioral Health. Brandon is a licensed behavior analyst working with developmental pediatric populations with specialization with those impacted by ASD, ADHD, ODD, ID, and severe behavior disorders. Brandon received his undergraduate degree from Montana State University Billings in Elementary Education and Special Education and Master’s degree in applied behavior analysis from Montana State University Billings.  He is currently working on his Ph.D. in applied behavior analysis with a research focus on adolescent social responsiveness. Brandon has extensive training and experience in verbal behavior analysis and natural environment teaching, with expertise in functional behavior analysis and functional communication training.


Kyle Moon, BS, RBT

Kyle earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of San Diego. She first volunteered with children with special needs in 2009 and became very interested in the field of applied behavior analysis. Kyle entered the field of applied behavior analysis as a behavior interventionist in 2011 and has been passionate about the field and working with children since. In addition to her experience in the clinical setting, Kyle has worked as an in-home ABA interventionist, conducted social groups in the community, as well as worked as a psychosocial rehabilitation and vocational specialist with adults in San Diego. Outside of Play Works, Kyle enjoys enjoying hiking, yoga, travel, painting, and spending quality time with friends and family. Kyle is excited to be a member of the Play Works team and to be serving families in the gorge area. 


Ella Campbell, BS, RBT

Ella earned her undergraduate degree in Public Health from Northern Arizona University. Prior to joining the Play Works team, she had the excellent opportunity to assist in teaching English to 3-12 year-olds in Spain. Her time abroad inspired her to continue working with children upon her return to the States. She is thrilled to be working at Play Works as a Behavior Interventionist! When she is not working with children and families, she enjoys spending time in the outdoors, drinking coffee, reading books, and hanging out with her friends and family.

Callie Holgate, BA, RBT

Callie attended the University of Puget Sound where she received her Bachelor of Arts in both Psychology and Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture. She has volunteered at Portland Public Schools and has worked with the Boys and Girls Club of Portland. Outside of Play Works, Callie coaches for the Hood River Valley High School girls lacrosse team. She enjoys partaking in a variety of sports and loves being in the outdoors. Callie is beyond excited to work within the supportive community that is Play Works and to assist the greater community of the gorge.