Amy Marschner has been a Clinician at Behavior Change Institute since February 2016. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Child and Family Development from Western Michigan University and her Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism from The Sage Colleges. She became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in November 2014. Since 2012, Amy has been providing ABA services to children with autism in the home, center, and school settings. Her current responsibilities include providing initial and ongoing assessments, creating individualized treatment plans that are tailored specifically to an individual’s needs, creating behavior intervention plans addressing challenging behaviors, and designing generalization and maintenance plans.
Additionally, Amy supervises Behavior Technicians and conducts parent training to inform families about specific ABA procedures, discuss and model how to handle challenging behaviors, and to ensure that goals are being addressed that are meaningful for the child and family’s overall quality of life.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
Adaptive Living Skills
Challenges with Feeding
Staff and Parent Training on Challenging Behaviors
B.S., Child and Family Development, Western Michigan University (2011)
M.S., Applied Behavior Analysis and autism, The Sage Colleges (2014)
Amy traveled to Indonesia in March 2015 with the Global Autism Project to provide training to staff and parents about autism and ABA.
Started working at BCI in February 2016
BCI is a unique organization that provides quality ABA services to families in areas where services would not otherwise be available. It is an honor to be a part of the BCI family and the progressive movement towards TeleHealth services, and to have the opportunity to provide training and services to staff members and families in locations around the world.