I was awarded a Masters in Exceptional Student Education Comprehensive - Applied Behavior Analysis on August 9, 2019 from the University of West Florida
"My greatest joy is having the opportunity to be a part of my client's learning, observing the caregivers establish confidence, and giving hope in difficult situations. I love what I do, it's the most rewarding experience I have ever had".
I was awarded a Masters in Education with a concentration in Applied Behavioral Analysis in August of 2018 from Arizona State University.
"I strive to make a difference everyday. Whether big or small, every difference means we are making a positive impact for individuals while working together as a team with our clients families"
I was awarded a Masters in Exceptional Student Education Comprehensive - Applied Behavior Analysis in May 2021 from the University of West Florida.
"Watching children build confidence in their abilities motivates me to give my all every day.”
I was awarded my Bachelors degree in Biological Anthropology with a focus in Evolution in 2015.
"The greatest happiness I have ever felt is hearing a child tell me, "thank you for helping me", I will strive to hear that every day."
I was awarded my Bachelors degree in communication in 2019.
“I’m in this field because I find it very rewarding. I love what I do.”
I was awarded my Registered Behavior Technician in February 2020.
"I am learning first hand, and studying to be able to be a voice for individuals with exceptionalities."
I was awarded my Registered Behavior Technician in 2021.
"I take every day as an opportunity to be compassionate, understanding, and to be a guide. The greatest reward is to see my clients and their families learn and succeed."
I was awarded my Registered Behavior Technician in January 2021.
"I have a deep passion for what I do and a strong dedication to the children and families I serve."
I was awarded my Registered Behavior Technician in November 2020.
"I never look at a disability, only the child's possibilities."
I was awarded my Registered Behavior Technician in January 2022.
"If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be. -Maya Angelou"