Behavioral Consultants

The KidsLink School staff include behavioral therapists that receive extensive training and ongoing supervision of professionals who have had advanced training and experience in behavioral principles and methods. All of our programs are overseen by a board certified behavior analyst.

Master’s or Doctoral-level board certified behavior analysts work with students regularly to ensure that programming is of the highest-quality. Overseeing student programming is our program coordinator that assures progress, training of therapists and ongoing support to the staff. Each student has a primary therapist and secondary therapist to ensure generalization of skills.

The KidsLink School Behavioral Consultants oversee behavioral progress within the school program. They are responsible for conducting all necessary behavioral assessments and reporting, including formal school behavior support plans.

Jacklyn Crissinger, M.S., BCBA

Clinical Director/Behavioral Consultant: Coordinates behavioral management team in the school. Oversees ethical and system related issues.

Jaclynn Bosley, M.Ed., BCBA

Program Development Director/Behavioral Consultant: Oversees global program operations including staff training, compliance and management of operations.

Rebecca Embacher, M.Ed., BCBA, COBA

Behavioral Consultant: Oversees behavioral progress within the school program. Responsible for conducting all necessary behavioral assessments and reporting, including formal school behavior support plans.

Carolline Turnbull, BCaBA

Behavioral Consultant: Oversees behavioral progress within the school program. Responsible for conducting all necessary behavioral assessments and reporting, including formal school behavior support plans.

Kelly Kapadia, M.Ed, BCBA, COBA

Behavioral Consultant: Oversees behavioral progress within the school program. Responsible for conducting all necessary behavioral assessments and reporting, including formal school behavior support plans.

Rachel Pasquerilla, EdS, BCBA, COBA

Curriculum Director/Behavior Consultant: Coordinates curriculum use and development for individualized student programming. Oversees behavioral progress within the school program.