Sarah is an experienced BCBA with years of experience working in applied behavior analysis to help children make significant gains. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa and her master’s degree from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
In addition to her leadership role as a BCBA with Chicago ABA Therapy, Sarah serves as an adjunct professor at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has worked as a clinical supervisor and staff trainer, helping new clinicians uphold the highest standards of care.
“I love being a BCBA for many reasons. First is getting to work so closely with families and their children. I love being a part of their child’s development, teaching families how to foster learning outside of sessions, and seeing the impact our science can have. I also love getting to teach our therapists and future BCBAs. Their development as clinicians, passion for ABA, and love for their clients is inspiring.”