Director of Clinical Programs at the Torrance Office, Behavioral Architect
Carrie has been working with individuals with developmental disabilities since 2002. She earned her Bachelors degree in Psychology from Pepperdine University in 2004. In 2006, she returned to school at the California State University of Los Angeles (CSULA) to study Psychology with renowned behavior analyst, Dr. Hank Schlinger. In 2010, Carrie became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She has presented her research at the CSULA Research Symposium, the California Association of Behavior Analysis Conference (CalABA), as well as the Association of Behavior Analysis International Conference (ABAI). Additionally, she has taught a graduate level course in Behavior Analysis at a BACB accredited University.
As the Director of Clinical Programming, Carrie oversees the ABA programs for all of the clients at the Torrance office. She works closely with all Program Designers and Case Supervisors in conducting assessments, developing behavior analytic treatment, analyzing treatment effects, and maintaining clinical treatment integrity. Carrie enjoys utilizing behavior analysis at the level of organization and behavior management (OBM) in helping to shape staff performance. She enjoys participating in research and helping to contribute to the field of applied behavior analysis.