Areas of Focus: Adolescents, Autism, BCBA Supervision/Training, Behavioral Disorders, Decreasing Maladaptive Behavior, Parent Training, RBT Training/Supervision, Special Education, Social Skills, Staff Development
Kerrin attended Georgian Court University for Psychology and earned a Dual bachelors in Elementary education. She taught in a public school setting first but, then switched to a private school setting to really pursue her passion of helping those students who needed it the most and then earned her Special Education Certificate from Georgian Court soon after.
She worked for a large non-profit company in Burlington County for almost 10 years in many different facets from the private school in an 5th-8 th grade EBD classroom(Emotional Behavioral Disorder), a high school-based outreach program serving students with complex needs from social skills to emotional regulation and as a Program Director for a residential IDD program. This is where she fell in love with Applied Behavioral Analysis and earned her Master’s from Purdue University Global in Psychology/ABA.
She began obtaining her hours needed for certification working as an in-home Registered Behavior Technician and an ABA K-1 Autism special education teacher. During this time she trained the school staff once monthly on a range of ABA topics. She also began a mentoring/training program for the ABA agency she was working for developing biweekly staff trainings and RBT/BCBA candidate trainings. She loves everything about teaching whether it is with her students or the staff she directly trains. She has a life long love of learning instilled in her and passes that on to everyone she encounters!