Provides one-on-one therapy with your child by implemening the individualized treatment plan created by the supervising BCBA. The BT has the role of creating a positive and fun learning experiece for your child.
I have a B.A in Communication Sciences and Disorders from The University of Maine, and I am currently working on my Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Emerson College. I enjoy learning about behavior and applying principles of ABA with my clients. I feel that I am part of a close team that aims to help each client reach their greatest potential and I love watching my clients progress with the services I provide!
My name is Casey; I graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2016 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. When I decided to pursue psychology I knew that I wanted to work with children. I am excited about the career path I have chosen and look forward to continuing to apply ABA to everyday life. In my free time, I love going to the beach, going for runs, and watching New England Sports games.
I began my career of working with those with autism in San Diego, CA.,
where I was trained and attended workshops with people who are still
greatly respected in the field today! I have worked as an independent
contractor through Applied Behavior Consultants, where I opened a
supportive living agency and managed a program that supported adults with disabilities in opening micro enterprises. In San Diego, I was fortunate enough to be part of innovative self supporting performing arts group that I co -directed. Music is a Universal language and remains a passion of mine.
I am a certified Early Educator and Speech Assistant and have been working in the field for the last twenty years. I have a B.S in special education with a focus in communication disorders and am currently working toward becoming a BCBA! I currently also work in the public school system as a speech assistant. My knowledge ranges from basic educational concepts to principles of ABA. I also have in interest in augmentative assistive communication devices. On a personal note, I love music and opportunities to do community events!
I am currently finishing up my bachelor’s degree in Psychology at
Salem State University. I am so happy that I chose to pursue the field of psychology as it is a place that I can continue to work, learn and grow in. I work hard at each session with each client to help them reach their goals and true potential! During my free time, I love to walk my dog, read my favorite books,
spend time with my family and go to country concerts!
I have a passion for working in the field of Special Education. In addition to working for B.E.S.T., I also work in the Newburyport School District with students who have special needs. Additionally, I have grown up with two brothers that have special needs whom have inspired my love for this field of work! I am so excited to continue to help children grow.
In my free time, I enjoy camping with my family, relaxing and playing my guitar!
Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)
I have been working with children and adults who have ASD since 2016. What began as a volunteering opportunity quickly turned into a passion of mine. I then decided that I wanted to take leap into the world of ABA. I recently graduated from Salem State University with my bachelors degree in psychology and currently work full time as a behavior technician. I love to go for walks in the woods, take long car rides around just to talk, and sing!
I am currently enrolled as a senior at Merrimack College finishing my bachelors degree in Health Sciences. Post graduation, I hope to continue my education and attend a masters program for occupational therapy! I am so excited to be a part of this team and watch clients learn and grow. In my free time, I love going to the beach, spending time with friends, and taking my dog for walks!
My name is Sarah and I have been working with kids professionally for almost ten years now. I hold a degree in Early Childhood Education and have always had a passion for working with children. I especially love to help them grow and develop. In my free time, I really enjoy traveling and going to see Broadway shows with my friends and family!
Hi! My name is Laura I am a recent graduate of Merrimack college, where I received my BA in Psychology with an Equine Therapy focus. I have been working with children for eight years, starting as a music teacher for clarinet and saxophone players as a freshman in high school. My future dream is to open an Equine Assisted Therapy practice for people of all ages and abilities. In my free time, I enjoy taking long walks in the woods with my horse named Sofie, training my puppy, and doing arts & crafts!
I first began working with children in my role as a Head Instructor at a karate academy. Once I graduated from Umass Lowell with my BA in English and Psychology, I decided I wanted to go on an adventure. So I pursued my Teaching English as a Second Language certificate and spent a year teaching English in South Korea. When I returned, I became a BT and am currently enrolled in a Master's program to work toward becoming a BCBA. When I am not working or studying, I love reading (especially fantasy) and playing games with my family.
My name is Cheyenne, I have a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice. In college, I was exposed to a variety of classes that are deeply rooted in the importance of providing quality care for the community. I am currently pursuing a master’s degree at Salem State in the Adjustment Counseling and School
Counseling program. My mother is a Social Worker and through her, I have learned the honor a family bestows upon you when allowing you into their home and into their world. I am also fluent in Spanish and am tri cultural.
In my spare time I enjoy traveling, exploring new places and going on adventures with my dog
Bruno who is up for anything and everything at any given time.
Hello, my name is Maranda; I am soon to be graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Criminology and minors in Psychology + English. I love the field of social science and aiding others. I have worked as a residential counselor for children with trauma and developmental delays and I enjoy having the ability to help clients thrive
and grow. It is an amazing feeling to be a part of someone’s progress and I am excited to continue to learn
and grow in the field of ABA. I plan to attend graduate school for clinical or forensic psychology in the future. In my free time, I enjoy playing with my cats, visiting my twin brother and doing some arts and crafts!
It is nice to meet you!