She earned her bachelor's degrees in Exercise Science and Social Science from Florida State University. Her involvement with the organization Best Buddies led her to Atlanta to complete a master’s in social work at Georgia State University. Breanna is a former trainee of the Georgia Leadership & Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (GaLEND); an interdisciplinary training program for future professionals, disability advocates, and family members housed in the Center for Leadership in Disability. Breanna went on to later complete a master’s in criminal justice and applied behavior analysis from Saint Joseph’s University. Breanna is a licensed clinical social worker and board-certified behavior analyst.
Breanna’s areas of expertise include co-occurring diagnoses, crisis intervention, autism spectrum disorder, behavior intervention, skill development, and program development. Breanna was inspired to create SBC after seeing a need for social and behavioral supports that were comprehensive and individualistic. She was particularly focused on this type of support for individuals with complex behavioral needs.
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