Instructor: Kristin Albert
M.Ed., NYS LBA, BCBA
Kristin Albert graduated with a B.A. in Psychology and English from Allegheny College in 2004, earned her M.Ed. in Special Education from Penn State University in 2007 and is currently enrolled as a behavior analysis doctoral student at Florida Institute of Technology. Kristin began working in the field of ABA in 2004; she became a BCBA in 2008 while working at the Carbone Clinic. She has worked as a one-on-one therapist, program supervisor, clinic-based assistant director and consultant in home-, school- and center-based ABA programs for children with autism, developmental disorders and behavioral disorders.
Kristin has experience with B. F. Skinner's analysis of verbal behavior, discrete trial instruction, natural environment teaching, direct instruction, behavior intervention plans, descriptive assessment and supervision/tutoring toward board certification as a behavior analyst. She has published research on using an interrupted chain procedure to increase manding, joint control and a behavioral analysis of eye contact. She has also developed and implemented staff management and training procedures, performance management programs and data-based decision protocols. Kristin is passionate about teaching others about behavior analysis and verbal behavior.