Katelyn Kendrick

Areas of Focus: ACT, Addiction, Adolescents, Advocacy, Autism, BCBA Supervision/Training, Behavioral Disorders, Caregiver Coaching, Decreasing Maladaptive Behavior, Early Intervention, Goal Development, LGBTQIA+, Mental Health, Neurodiversity Affirming, RBT Training/Supervision, Research, RFT, Special Education, Social Skills, Staff Development, Teens, Verbal Behavior

Katelyn E. Kendrick (they/them) is a neurodiversity-affirming Board Certified Behavior Analyst/senior clinician for an early-intervention, pediatric developmental therapy clinic in the north Denver-Metro region. In 2015, they received a B.A. in History with a concentration in US History and a minor in Education from The University of California, Riverside.

In 2017, they graduated with a M.Ed. in Behavior Analysis from the University of Cincinnati. They have worked in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis since 2013, serving as an RBT from 2015-2019, and have been certified as a BCBA since early 2019. Since 2008, Katelyn has been involved in advocacy movements, first inspired by marriage equality and the passage of Prop 8 in California. Since then, they have become involved with DEI related endeavors with various behavior analytic professional organizations (Association for Contextual Behavioral Science) and community theatre organizations in the Denver-metro region. Katelyn lives their life at the intersection of multiple identities including being neurodivergent, disabled, bisexual, and a non-binary femme.

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