FDEERAL WAY: CLINICAL TEAM

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Christine Domschot

Christine Domschot has dedicated her life to helping children with special needs. She has more than 28 years of experience in private school, public school and clinical Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) practice. She holds a bachelor’s degree in special education from the University of New Mexico. Christine earned her Master of Education in curriculum and instruction, with an emphasis in ABA, from Arizona State University. She also is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.    

 

Christine has experience managing ABA teams in clinic, home, school and community settings. She has always been passionate about early intensive intervention and is well versed in developing a comprehensive verbal behavior curriculum. She believes comprehensive early intervention truly changes the developmental trajectory of early learners. With a background in teaching, she is dedicated to sharing her knowledge of ABA with parents, aspiring behavior analysts and other members of the treatment team. Christine always strives to provide the highest standard of care with uncompromising integrity. She considers it an honor to be included in each family’s journey throughout their child’s development.

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