Kelsey Ruppel, Ph.D., BCBA-D

Kelsey Ruppel, Ph.D., BCBA-D Dr. Ruppel’s work focuses on the practical functional assessment and skill-based treatment of problem behavior, as well as preventing the development of severe problem behavior in young children with autism. She began her career as a teaching assistant in a specialized school for students with developmental disabilities and eventually served as a school-based special education teacher, BCBA, and curriculum supervisor. She has also implemented and supervised in-home ABA programming, taught courses as a faculty fellow at Western New England University, served as the Associate Director of Dr. Greg Hanley’s Life Skills Clinic at Western New England University, and served as a BCBA at an inpatient hospital program for children with severe problem behavior. Kelsey is currently a Senior Consultant at FTF Behavioral Consulting, and she has served as a consultant to a range of organizations, including schools, in-home and outpatient clinic providers, and residential programs. She holds a Master’s degree in Special Education from Johns Hopkins University and a doctoral degree in Behavior Analysis from Western New England University under the supervision of Dr. Hanley.

Balance Program: Parent-Professional Collaborative Approach

Kelsey Ruppel, Ph.D., BCBA-D

The mission of the Balance Program is to prevent the worsening of early problem behavior in young ch..


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