Ashley is a NYS Certified Early Childhood General and Special Education teacher and Board Certified and Licensed Behavior Analyst (BCBA, LBA). She has over 15 years of experience in utilizing the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis in the treatment of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, ranging from 18 months through 16 years old. After receiving a master’s degree in Early Childhood special and General Education (MSEd) at Hunter College, she continued on to pursue certification and licensure as a behavior analyst. Ashley then served as a field supervisor and adjunct lecturer in both the Early Childhood Special Education and BCBA certification programs at Hunter College.
In her role at PALS, Ashley coordinates teams of seasoned behavior analysts who provide direct applied behavior analytic (ABA) services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and related disorders. With a focus on helping families in transition, she supervises school and home-based programs, coordinates school-based interventions, and provides families and staff with training and support.