Behavior-Behavior offers a variety of online and in-person consultations, group talks, and training workshops to meet your needs. Options range from a one-hour individual consultation session with Dr. Angela Coreil or John Wesenberg, BCBA starting at $300, to a multi-day workshop featuring Dr. Coreil and Mr. Wesenberg for your entire team. Topics include Clinical Behavior Analysis, Exposure and Response Prevention training, Acceptance and Commitment Training, and more. Call to schedule a workshop today.

1-hour consultation with Dr. Coreil and John Wesenberg                                   $300

            Additional consultation hour, per hour                                                       $300

1-hour training session with Dr. Coreil OR John Wesenberg                              $350

            Additional training hours, per hour                                                             $350

Full day (6-hour) in-person talk or workshop                                                       $2,000

            Additional day of in-person talk or workshop, per day                          $2,000

**If requesting multi-day talk or workshop, travel for 1-2

     staff also required (pricing based on location)                                                     TBD

Angela J. Coreil, PhD is a consultant and researcher who works with individuals and organizations to promote better connected, purposeful, and effective living through behavior analytic principles. She has over a decade of clinical experience treating human suffering and promoting human excellence using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Her training in ACT, Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP), traditional Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies (Beckian CBT), and behavior analytic principles has included extensive work with Rob Zettle, PhD, Gareth Holman, PhD, and others.

She is believer in integrative, principle-driven work and tends to focus on systems and functional analysis of direct and non-direct (verbal symbolic-driven) contingencies in constructing her case conceptualizations and interventions. Her clinical experience has included treatment of severe ‘pathology’ including, but not limited to: Obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety disorders, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, and psychotic disorders. She is a functional contextualist and now works frequently in organizational contexts training leaders and teams to live balanced, connected, and effective work and home lives through the creation of healthier contexts.

Angela strives to support a reticulated and integrated science that improves the world. In part due to this, she continues to write for the on, and to apply CBS consistent change principles through Evolve by ENSO Group ( She also co-principle investigator (Co-PI) on a grant through the Texas A&M – Corpus Christi investigating the use of Natural Language Processing (NLP) as a way to measure psychological flexibility.  

Angela Coreil, PhD 

John Wesenberg, M.S., BCBA, LBA is a consultant and practitioner with nearly 15 years of applying behavior analytic principles to a variety of populations and settings. He became a board-certified assistant behavior analyst (BCaBA) in 2011. Earned a M.S. degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from St. Cloud State University in 2015 and became a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) in 2016. John has had the opportunity to teach undergraduate courses in behavior analytic principles and currently provides continuing education credits (CEUs) in evidence-based behavior change procedures.

John has worked in clinics teaching vocational and supportive services to adults with mental health challenges. John has provided behavior parent training to military families who had children diagnosed with learning disabilities and has extensive experience in individualized education plans (IEPs) and 504 plans. He is currently providing Clinical Behavior Analysis (CBA) at Better Living Center for Behavioral Health.

He specializes in providing evidence-based treatments and training in parent/ family management training, professional support via Behavior Skills Training (BST) model, exposure and response prevention (ERP), Habit Reversal Training (HRT), and Clinical Behavior Analysis (CBA). He believes in a collaborative approach through multi-disciplinary teams and involving significant others for best therapeutic outcomes. John works to empower individuals to align their behavior with their values and in ways that support lasting growth.


John Wesenberg, MS, BCBA, LBA

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