WHOLE Families, PLLC

(A division of WHOLE Veterans, PLLC)

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

WHOLE Families, PLLC, provides services for everyone in a family that is impacted by autism, including positive behavioral supports, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) - we call our program PLAY BA! - and family counseling. We work to help everyone in the family find positive and enriching ways to address autism spectrum disorder. We work primarily in the home, but also in schools, agencies, and courts. We also do early intervention through West Virginia Birth to Three. WHOLE Families includes Joseph R. Scotti, PhD, Clinical Psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst; and Claudia S. Neely, MA, LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Dr. Scotti has over 40 years experience helping persons and families impacted by developmental disabilities and autism. He is also an expert on military families, and the impact of trauma. Ms. Neely has raised two children on the autism spectrum into their early 20s, both with successful college careers. We travel throughout the State of West Virginia to help you where you live.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance


PO Box 197
Morgantown, WV 26507
United States



(304) 906-9087



Joseph Scotti, PhD

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