Meet the Team at

Wellspring Learning Centers

Wellspring Learning Centers is an ABA company based in the greater Nashville area, with the goal of providing in-center autism support services for underserved communities.

Wellspring Learning Centers

We strive to elevate the ABA experience by providing next-level ABA centers that provide a positive and interactive environment for preschool-aged children. By providing ABA services with utmost professionalism, integrity, and heartfelt compassion, we seek to help children with autism and other related disorders thrive and improve their whole family’s quality of life.

At Wellspring Learning Centers we have three core principles that guide our ABA center experience: Professionalism in All We Do, Parents as Partners, and State of the Art Facilities.

Through these guiding principles, you can trust that your child will receive a high-quality clinical experience that is personalized and nurturing, specifically designed for this crucial age group.

Professionalism in All We Do

State-of-the-Art Centers

Parents as Partners

Engaging Programs

High-Quality Clinical Services

Compassionate Staff


Gerardo is a caring and committed behavior analyst. He has dedicated his career to supporting families and children on the spectrum at various capacities. From behavior technician to Director of Operations, he has focused on quality ethical care. He obtained his Masters in ABA from the University of South Florida and has gathered experience throughout the US and Australia.


Dacey Carr is a compassionate and enthusiastic Behavior Analyst and Clinical Director. She has spent the past 10 years ten years working in clinical and leadership positions in Middle Tennessee. Dacey has extensive experience designing and implementing dynamic learning plans for children ages 2-19 in home, clinical, and community settings. She is passionate about bringing teams together to create the best support possible for the tiny humans we serve. Dacey holds a master’s degree in psychology from the University of Phoenix and a graduate certificate in ABA from the University of North Texas.

Our Leadership

Our leadership team is committed to providing an elevated ABA experience. With a passion for helping children with autism and other related disorders succeed, they seek to evolve the traditional ABA format by innovating alongside the latest advancements in the field.


Eric Yetter has worked in healthcare for virtually his entire career as an advisor, investor, and entrepreneur. In founding Wellspring Learning Centers, he sought to elevate ABA therapy for families in Nashville where he has resided with his wife and, more recently, young children since 2008. Eric earned bachelor’s and juris doctor degrees from Vanderbilt University.


Jim Yetter is a passionate marketer and branding expert who entered the healthcare field after a successful career in the automotive industry. At Wellspring, he focuses on sharing the Wellspring Way with families and prospective employees. Jim earned a bachelor’s degree from Rollins College and an MBA from Michigan State University.


Jessica Hartman spent eight years in Early Childhood Education, and during that time, discovered she had a passion for working with children who have special needs. Three years ago, she found the field of ABA and has been working diligently since then to help clients and their families reach their goals. As office administrator, Jessica sits at the center of our operations to ensure a smooth experience for our families and staff.


Natasha Yores serves as Wellspring’s Authorizations and Credentialing Manager. She excels in establishing and nurturing lasting relationships with our internal and external clients, providers, and payers. Natasha is often the first point of contact for our families and serves as a trusted guide through the admissions process.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in public relations from URBE University.


Florence Matthews is a kind and compassionate behavior analyst from Nashville, TN. She has experience as a special education teacher for kids with a variety of different needs and abilities. After teaching for 3 years, she became a behavior analyst and has been working with clients in the school, home, and clinic setting for the past 2 years. She received her master’s in special education and certification in applied behavior analysis from Lipscomb University.


Elysia Mosteller is a BCBA and Clinical Supervisor at Wellspring Learning Centers.  Raised with a sibling who required specialized care and currently parenting a daughter with autism, she brings a combination of sensitivity and compassion to her role as a behavior analyst. Elysia earned her master’s degree in ABA from Tennessee Technological University.


Emily Keith is a board-certified behavior analyst at Wellspring Learning Centers. She received her master’s degree in Behavior Analysis at Simmons University in Boston, Massachusetts. She has multiple years of experience working with children diagnosed with autism in early intervention settings. As a Tennessee native, Emily is excited to be part of Wellspring to contribute her knowledge and skills in the field of ABA within Nashville’s diverse community. Emily is not only passionate about helping her clients grow and succeed, but also strives to make a positive impact on the lives of her clients’ families as well.

Join Our Team!

If you are a compassionate and motivated individual interested in helping make a difference in the lives of children and their families, we invite you to become a part of our team. At Wellspring Learning Centers, we are actively seeking individuals who align with our mission of establishing a new standard for ABA services including Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA), and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT). Fill out our online application today!