Amy has been working in the field of ABA since 2010. She started as a behavior technician and loved seeing the progress and positive outcomes her clients achieved, so she furthered her education by enrolling in and receiving her BCaBA in 2013.
In 2017, she went on to complete her Master of Arts in Professional Behavior Analysis and earned her BCBA shortly after. Amy has experience working with clients ages 2 to 22-years-old, in-home, clinic, and school-based services.
Amy has been working as a full-time Telehealth BCBA since 2021, providing services to clients in remote locations with limited access to local providers.
Her favorite part about her position is that she has the opportunity to be a part of creating meaningful changes for clients and their families. Amy is especially passionate about collaborating with caregivers and other service providers to increase her clients’ progress toward lasting change.
Amy enjoys playing board games, video games, watching movies, and spending time outside with her husband, 3 young children, and 3 dogs. She also likes to work on DIY home renovations.