Center Director – Tampa Center

Katherine began her career working with children with developmental disabilities in 2003 at Bancroft Neurohealth in New Jersey.  During her years at Bancroft, she served as a paraprofessional, emergency certified teacher, group home manager, and early interventionist, thus gaining experience across a range of settings and ages.  In 2006, Katherine moved to Los Angeles, California where she provided early intensive behavior intervention and began working towards her Masters in Special Education. After becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2011, Katherine become a clinical supervisor and eventually a Regional Clinical Director. Katherine has received extensive training in a variety of evidence-based ABA practices, such as teaching executive functioning skills and alternative methods of communication.  In 2016, Katherine relocated to Florida and joined the BASS team; she is excited to be a part of an organization committed to providing best practices in the field with the goal of client success always in the forefront of its values.

In her free time, Katherine enjoys practicing and teaching yoga, traveling, spending time with family, being in nature with her dog, and exploring what Tampa Bay has to offer.  She also has a passion for meditation and mindfulness, which she hopes to bring more to her professional work through Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).



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