Beth has been teaching individuals with and without disabilities since 2010. She holds a Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis. Beth began her career providing direct special education services in a public school and then transitioned to a clinical setting where she worked as a therapist using the principles of ABA to provide instruction to children and adults diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder ages 3 to 19. In 2012, Beth began work at a school for children with developmental disabilities where she served as a teaching assistant, special education teacher, BCBA and program coordinator. She also provided and supervised in-home assessment and ABA programming.
In addition to working as an Associate Consultant at FTF, Beth currently serves as a behavior analyst and Elementary/Middle Division Supervisor in the Autism Program at The Ivymount School. She provides supervision to BCBAs and special education teachers working with students ages 5 to 14. Beth provides expertise and resources in the development, implementation and evaluation of programming including practical functional assessment and skill-based treatment.