40 Southbridge St., Suite 202
Worcester, MA 01608
Kelsey has worked in the field of behavior analysis for 13 years, beginning as a teaching assistant in a specialized school for students with developmental disabilities and eventually serving as a school-based special education teacher, BCBA, and curriculum supervisor. She has also supervised in-home ABA programming, taught courses as a faculty fellow at Western New England University, and served as the Associate Director of the outpatient Life Skills Clinic at Western New England University. Kelsey has served as a consultant on the PFA and skills-based treatment process to a range of organizations, including schools, in-home and outpatient clinic providers, and residential programs.
Kelsey earned her Master’s degree in Special Education from Johns Hopkins University, and she is completing her doctoral degree in Behavior Analysis at Western New England University, where her research has focused on interventions to prevent the development of severe problem behavior in young children with autism.