Behavior Support Specialist
Brittany started her work with individuals with disabilities 9 years ago by providing case management services to individuals with brain injury throughout the state of Kentucky. Upon starting her doctoral studies at the University of Kentucky, Brittany was introduced to Applied Behavior Analysis and found her passion. Brittany shifted her doctoral coursework and research towards investigating various behavior analytic techniques that may be used to build skills among adults with acquired brain injuries to increase independence and quality of life. Brittany enjoys working in the field as a behavior specialist. Brittany works with adolescents and adults of all ages that have various developmental and intellectual disabilities, along with individuals with acquired brain injuries.
Brittany enjoys spending time with her husband, Matthew, daughter, 9-year-old Aarilyn, and their two dogs, Astro and Leo. If Brittany isn’t working she is likely at a ball field supporting her daughter in softball or writing her dissertation.
Brittany earned her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from the University of Kentucky, Master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling at the University of Kentucky and is currently finishing her dissertation to complete her PhD from the University of Kentucky in Early Childhood, Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling with a focus on Rehabilitation Counseling. Brittany is completing final hours in order to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral (BCBA-D) level certification.
Masters of Rehabilitation Counseling
Certified Rehabilitation Counselor