Denise has worked with people with disabilities for over 15 years. Her experiences include working in elementary schools as a Behavior Specialist, a residential treatment facility as the Director of Behavioral Services, and post-secondary education as the Director of Disability Services. She has been certified as a Behavior Analyst for over 3 years and has worked with BCI since April 2014.   As a Clinical Director with BCI she conducts initial assessments, manages the implementation of treatment programs, supervises Behavior Technicians, and provides parent training to families.


Association for Behavior Analysis International

Areas of Interest

Functional Communication Training for nonverbal children
Feeding disorders
Vocational training for adolescents and young adults


Texas Tech University- Masters of Education in Educational Psychology
North Texas University- Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis

Volunteer Work

Appointed to the New Mexico Developmental Disabilities Planning Council for 8 years during which she served as the Vice Chair of the Council for 3 years and the Chair of the Council for 1 year.

The BCI Mission and what it means to me

BCI is committed to providing services to children and families that are evidenced-based and lead to meaningful outcomes that will overall improve the quality of life for not only the child but the whole family.  It is a joy and privilege to work for a company with such high integrity, expertise, and dedication to quality services.