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Alyssa Sansom


Alyssa is a dedicated Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with a Master’s degree specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). With extensive experience in the field, Alyssa has demonstrated a profound commitment to improving the lives of children and youth diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and intellectual disabilities.

Throughout her career, Alyssa has played a pivotal role at various clinics providing evidence-based interventions and support to individuals and their families, helping them navigate the complexities of behavioral challenges. She possesses a deep understanding of ABA principles and techniques, employing them to develop tailored intervention plans that promote skill acquisition and behavior management.

In her research endeavors, Alyssa has focused on implementing innovative communication strategies aimed at facilitating the generalization of skills in individuals with ASD and intellectual disabilities and supporting caregivers implement such strategies. Her work in this area has contributed valuable insights into effective methods for promoting long-term and sustainable outcomes.

In addition to direct client work, Alyssa has proven expertise in mediator and caregiver training, empowering families and support networks with the knowledge and tools necessary to implement effective strategies consistently. She is known for her compassionate approach, unwavering dedication, and commitment to upholding the highest ethical standards in every aspect of her practice.