Beth received a B.A. in Psychology from Purdue University in 2009. While attending college, Beth provided in-home ABA therapy services to several families under the direction of Dr. Carl Sundberg, Ph.D., BCBA-D. Shortly after graduating, Beth started her career at BACA as a behavior technician. After moving to BACA Prep in 2010, she started a position as a program writer for a team of staff and clients, focusing on program development and assisting with behavior intervention procedures and team management. Beth received certification as a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) in 2011 and started as a team supervisor at BACA Prep. In May 2015, Beth became a team supervisor at the BACA Z location and then transitioned her role as a team supervisor to the BACA Prep location in March 2017. She provides behavior consultation and program development for young adults that attend BACA Prep (ages 10yrs-21yrs). Her focus is on helping her clients increase independence, acquire language skills needed to effectively communicate and become active members of their community as they enter into the adult years of their life. Beth received her masters degree in ABA through the Florida Institute of Technology.
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