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Lead Consultant / Director of Credentialing

Alexandra (Alex) Beckwith is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst who began her career over a decade ago as a direct in-home service provider for clients ages 2 through adulthood with various diagnoses. Since then, she has served as a special education teacher, program supervisor, and BCBA consultant. Currently, Alex is a Lead Consultant at FTF Behavioral Consulting, a role to which she brings a wealth of prior experience working in direct service settings. She specializes in the Practical Functional Assessment and Skill-Based Treatment of severe problem behavior and Universal Protocols, and the staff training and professional development necessary to do both successfully. Alex has supported families with young children recently diagnosed with autism via the Balance Program, a home-based, parent-implemented, skill-based intervention to treat emerging problem behavior and prevent the development of severe problem behavior. As the Director of Credentialing for FTF Behavioral Consulting, Alex focuses on increasing consumer confidence in these approaches by supporting professionals worldwide seeking to verify their professional training and experience. By publicly recognizing their accomplishments, Alex aims to connect professionals who can bring more socially valid outcomes to potential clients. She has consulted organizations globally, including schools, in-home, outpatient clinic providers, and residential programs. Alongside Dr. Anthony Cammilleri, Alex manages FTF’s Course Translation project. They meet and collaborate with colleagues from around the world who share the values of Today’s ABA and have the skills to translate FTF materials into various languages.

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