Gabrielle earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2018 from Florida State University and her Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2020 from The University of South Florida. Gabrielle became a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), in 2020. Prior to starting her graduate career, Gabrielle was introduced to behavior analysis while working as a research assistant in the Neuropsychology department at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg Florida. During this internship, Gabrielle fell in love with identifying underlying behavioral and psychological factors that are associated with emotional functioning. As a sibling to a sister with autism, she has a passion for those on the spectrum and neurodiversity.
Gabrielle has been working with children and adults with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism in a variety of settings since 2012. Gabrielle has experience working in-clinic, in-school, in-home, and consulting. Gabrielle has also worked extensively as a Registered Behavioral Technician supporting clients of varying ages and has experience with severe behaviors, early intervention, social skills, functional communication training, verbal behavior training, instructional design, parent training, staff training, and functional analyses.
With her clients, Gabrielle hopes to bring meaningful behavior change that are functional and important to increase quality of life by collaborating with parents and other professionals.