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Lorna received a B.S. in Applied Health Science from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana in 2004 and her M.A. in Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University in 2011. She began working with children and young adults as a behavior therapist with Carl Sundberg, PhD, BCBA-D in 2005 and began consulting under his direction in 2007.  While at BACA, Lorna has worked collaboratively with multiple esteemed behavior analysts including Mark Sundberg, PhD, BCBA-D, Pat McGreevy, PhD, BCBA-D, John Esch, PhD, BCBA-D, Barbara Esch, PhD, BCBA-D, Bob Ryan, BCBA, and Peter Gerhardt, Ed.D.  Lorna is a member of the Hoosier Association of Behavior Analysis (HABA) and was the Co-Chair of the Registration and Volunteer Committee for the first 3 years of HABA’s annual conference.  Lorna provides behavior consulting services in the home, clinical, community, and school based settings at BACA.

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