I'm Lindsey Knopf. I was raised on the river in Savannah, GA. I graduated from College of Charleston with my Bachelor's in Psychology in 2007. I went on to earn my Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis at Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, FL where I was a research assistant. Upon graduation, I earned my BCBA in September 2012.
Since receiving my BCBA, I have been working as a Supervising Behavior Analyst in the Savannah GA area, working with children diagnosed with autism and other developmental delays ranging from ages 18 months to 20 years old with differing degrees of behavioral issues and severity levels. I have worked in centers, in-homes, in the community, in schools, and via Telehealth.
I have a passion for teaching and helping others. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, friends, and cats, practicing yoga, being outdoors, and going to concerts.