Every client deserves world-class care
S.E.E.K. Arizona is considered the gold standard for behavioral health services in the Greater Phoenix Metro area. We are an organization that values clinical quality, staff wellness, and parent satisfaction while providing premiere level ABA and counseling services. Our company strives to meet the highest standards of clinical quality, transparency, and accountability in service delivery.
Jessica Irwin is the President and founder of S.E.E.K. Arizona, a mental health agency that provides integrated, evidenced-based services for Autism, Intellectual/Developmental, and behavioral health disabilities. With over 20 years of experience in the Intellectual/Developmental disability community, she has become a respected leader in the field.
Jessica specializes in 0-5 programming and crisis supports for children and young adults with Autism using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). She has served on several boards and advisory committees, including the role of President for the Foundation for Exceptional Kids for 6 years.
Jessica is an advocate for people with I/D disabilities, spearheading several grassroots coalitions advocating for their rights at the legislative level. She is interested in providing a voice for integrated behavior analytic services within the behavioral health system and would like to bring her I/D disability expertise, DD network, and advocacy experience to the AZ Council as a member. With her passion for helping individuals with disabilities and her extensive experience in the field, Jessica is dedicated to providing the best services and support to those in need in the community.
Jenny Pagan has more than 15 years of experience working in applied behavior analysis organizations and educational institutions. She received her Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, FL in 2012 and obtained her Board Certification that same year.
Jenny has worked in clinical and operational capacities in human service organizations throughout the United States implementing principles of behavior analysis and organizational behavior management to effectively lead teams. She has dedicated her career to the mentorship and leadership of providers and students of behavior analysis. She loves helping children flourish and achieve outcomes that support them to be happier and more comfortable in their world.
Jenny lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her family and enjoys travel and watching the Phoenix Mercury play in her free time.
Director of Applied Behavior Analysis
Nicki Bartram is a licensed Professional Counselor holding a Masters in Clinical Counseling and a Masters in Business Administration. She specializes in providing support and counseling to help clients overcome personal life challenges, using a solution-focused approach that combines traditional counseling methodologies with cognitive behavioral therapy and trauma modalities.
With extensive experience in fast-paced environments such as behavioral health hospitals, emergency departments, and military settings, Nicki is adept at working with clients of all ages, couples, and families. Her commitment to empowering individuals to build on their strengths ensures a personalized and effective therapeutic experience.
In addition to her work as a therapist, Nicki is passionate about teaching, having conducted numerous classes and professional trainings. She has also provided clinical supervision to staff, interns, and volunteers.
Outside of her professional life, Nicki owns a horse ranch, cares for three St. Bernard dogs, and has trained a therapy Bernese Mountain Dog. Her unique blend of professional expertise, education, and personal interests make Nicki Bartram a compassionate and well-rounded therapist.
Counseling Clinical Manager
MC, LPC, MBA
Strengthening families and communities by helping people be their best selves through dignity and acceptance.
Dignity. Acceptance. Strength. Compassion. Integrity. Respect. Community. Impact.
To provide integrated, evidence based, person-centered services to those in our community with Autism, Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, or behavioral health needs