Ashley has been a Behavior Services Clinician for the last 5 years. Prior to that, she had extensive training and experience with Case Management. Her education and professional training took place at SUNY Oswego and through Purdue University Global. Following her Masters’ Program, she received BCBA Supervision and training through The Center for Disability Services. She has worked for various non-profit agencies in the last 5 years, providing behavioral services to adults diagnosed with developmental disabilities, and during that time also provided in-home services for children diagnosed with developmental disabilities. Most recently, Ashley has been providing behavioral consultation for adult group homes in the community. She is interested in working with children who have developmental disabilities; however, expertise is with adults diagnosed with developmental disabilities.
Areas of Focus: developmental disabilities, behavior, traumatic brain injury, pro-active approaches for behavior intervention, coping skills, relationship building between providers/clients, skills building for increased independence.
Treatment Approach: collaborative, problem solving, DBT, wellness and prevention, applied behavior analysis, reinforcement-based, discrete trial training, interpersonal.
Ashley is now accepting new referrals.