Autism Intervention Milwaukee, LLC 

The brief descriptions below are designed to familiarize you with our staff's training, professional credentials and work experience.

Kathleen Broderick Woody, Psy.D.
Clinic Director – Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Broderick Woody has been supervising intensive, in-home therapy for children with autism since 1999 and is a co-founder of AIM.  She completed her undergraduate degree at Marquette University, and doctorate at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology.  Clinical training included appointments to University of Chicago’s Hyperactivity and Learning Problems Clinic and the Milwaukee County Mental Health Complex.  She previously trained and functioned as staff psychologist at an NIMH replication site of the research of Dr. Ivar Lovaas, was on the pediatric medical staff at the Milwaukee County Mental Health Complex, and has presented in the media and at conferences on autism-related topics.

Aimee Kohn, B.S.
Administrator of Clinical Services

Aimee has treated or consulted on cases for over 600 children with autism spectrum disorders since she earned her psychology degree at UW-Madison in 1994, and is co-founder of AIM.  She is one of six people from Wisconsin who trained at UCLA with Dr. Ivar Lovaas, upon whose research our methodology is most closely based.  During her initial years at an NIMH replication site, Aimee traveled both locally and all over the world to assist families in starting up and running intensive behavioral programs for their children.  She is a highly regarded consultant for local school districts and has presented at numerous conferences. 


Amy Leidel, MSW, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Amy has over 17 years of experience in supervising intensive in-home therapy for children with autism.  She has consulted on such cases in over five states and in Canada, as well as facilitated social skills groups, sibling groups, and parent training classes.  Mrs. Leidel earned her undergraduate degree in sociology and Spanish from UW-Madison in 1994, and her masters in social work from UW-Milwaukee in 2005.  In addition to working with children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders, her background includes running a day treatment trauma group with adolescents, as well as providing individual, family and group counseling services.  She joined AIM in 2008.

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    Behavioral Therapy Technician