Erin is a Clinician at Behavior Change Institute. She earned her Masters of Education in 2017 from American International College. Shortly after, Erin began her verified course sequence in pursuit of her certificate in ABA from Endicott College. In the winter of 2018, Erin first joined the BCI team as an RBT and a clinical intern. Erin then participated in the Behavior Change Institute’s BCBA Internship program where she earned her clinical hours under the supervision of the clinicians at BCI. She completed her internship and earned her BCBA in July of 2020.

Erin’s role as a Senior Clinician consists of supervising behavior technicians, creating treatment intervention and behavior plans, assessments, treatment management and conducting caregiver training.

Areas of Interest

Social Skills
Verbal Behavior


Masters in Education, American International College, 2017
Applied Behavior Analysis, Endicott College

The BCI Mission and what it means to me

Working and growing with BCI has been an amazing experience that has taught me so much about not only the field of ABA, but compassion, work ethic and collaboration. The compassion that every team member has for every client shines through and makes such a meaningful impact in the lives of our clients and their families and it truly is an honor to work with BCI.