I've worked with children with ASD for 13 years and have transitioned into a Behavior Interventionist role with students with a lot of trauma that is affecting their ability to regulate themselves in the classroom. I have worked with families in the upper class to families that are homeless. My teaching styles have remained consistent - every child deserves a champion and deserve a chance.
I believe that all children deserve to have a voice and the ability to be themselves. We cannot control what happens to our students outside of our walls, but when they are in our rooms, we can provide them with a safe, nurturing, and supportive environment to enrich their learning experience.
2017 YWCA Cass Clay Woman of the Year for Youth Advocacy
Bachelor's Degree Psychology & CHild Development CPI Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Instructor Trauma Sensitive Schools Trainer ABA Training
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