Meet the owners

Dale Bailey, Ph.D.

Dale Bailey, Ph.D. is a school psychologist and educational consultant providing professional consultation regarding school-wide Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS), Response to Intervention (RtI), and compliance with state and federal regulations regarding special education programming for students with disabilities. Dr. Bailey is a graduate of the APA and NASP approved School Psychology program at The University of Southern Mississippi, and he completed a pre-doctoral internship in behavioral pediatrics at the Child Development Center on the campus of the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, MS. He is the founder and co-owner of Fluency Plus, LLC which specializes in providing educational and behavioral intervention services to children, families, and school personnel. He has served as the President of the Mississippi Association for Psychology in the Schools (MAPS), and he has worked as school psychologist in Mississippi as well as a professional consultant for the Mississippi and Louisiana Departments of Education and several school systems within those states. In those roles, Dr. Bailey has provided professional development and consultation regarding topics including school-wide PBIS, RtI, functional behavior assessment, instructional and behavioral interventions, empirically-based disciplinary practices, and data-based decision making over the past 25 years.

Ken Swindol, M.Ed.

Ken Swindol, M.Ed. is a school psychologist and educational consultant providing professional consultation regarding school-wide Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS), Response to Intervention (RtI), and compliance with state and federal regulations regarding special education programming for students with disabilities. Mr. Swindol is a graduate of the NASP approved School Psychology program at Mississippi State University. He is the founder and co-owner of Fluency Plus, LLC which specializes in providing educational and behavioral intervention services to children, families, and school personnel. He has served as the President of the Mississippi Association for Psychology in the Schools (MAPS), and he has worked as school psychologist in Mississippi as well as a professional consultant for the Mississippi Department of Education. Mr. Swindol has provided professional development and consultation regarding topics including school-wide PBIS, RtI, functional behavior assessment, instructional and behavioral interventions, empirically-based disciplinary practices, and data-based decision making over the past 25 years.

Tony Doggett, Ph.D.

Tony Doggett, Ph.D. is a school psychologist and educational consultant with Fluency Plus, LLC providing professional consultation regarding school-wide Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS), Response to Intervention (RtI), and compliance with state and federal regulations regarding special education programming for students with disabilities. Dr. Doggett is a graduate of the APA and NASP approved School Psychology program at The University of Southern Mississippi, and he completed a pre-doctoral internship and a post-doctoral fellowship in behavioral pediatrics and developmental disabilities in the Psychology Department of the Munroe-Meyer Institute for Genetics and Rehabilitation at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. He is the former Graduate Coordinator of the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology as well as the former Program Coordinator of the APA and NASP approved School Psychology program at Mississippi State University. He was employed as faculty member at MSU for over ten years providing instruction and professional supervision to graduate students regarding functional behavior assessment, function-based behavioral support programming, academic interventions and supports, behavioral pediatric psychology, and utilization of single subject design methodology. He has served as the President of the Mississippi Association for Psychology in the Schools (MAPS) and a professional consultant for the Mississippi and Louisiana Departments of Education and several school systems within those states. In those roles, Dr. Doggett has provided professional development and consultation regarding topics including school-wide PBIS, RtI, functional behavior assessment, instructional and behavioral interventions, empirically-based disciplinary practices, and data-based decision making over the past 15 years.

William Emile Swindol, M.Ed.

William Emile Swindol, M.Ed. is an education consultant and interventionist providing professional consultation regarding Response to Intervention (RtI) and compliance with state and federal regulations regarding special education programming for students with disabilities. Mr. Swindol is a graduate of the NCATE accredited Special Education program at Delta State University with a specialization in mild/moderate disabilities (K-12) and holds a BBA with a concentration in Computer Information Systems from the same institution. He is a partner of Fluency Plus, LLC which specializes in providing educational and behavioral intervention services to children, families, and school personnel. Mr. Swindol has been involved in the development and implementation of individual reading, math, and vocabulary interventions designed to be implemented by school para-professional staff. He routinely advises Teacher Support Teams, supervises academic intervention activities, provides training on educational best practices, and manages student data. Mr. Swindol has been providing education services to numerous school districts for over seven years.g