Patricia began her career with a Bachelor’s in Human Services with a focus in Mental Health and Counseling from MSU Denver. During her undergrad, she worked as in intern for the Center for People with Disabilities, facilitating groups for the blind and visually impaired. During this time, she also worked for a Biofeedback clinic and stayed there for 4 more years after she graduated from MSU.
Sensing a need for a life change, she sought out a new avenue for her career and found ABA. After just 2 weeks as an RBT, she knew that ABA was what she wanted to do. She received her Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University in 2020.
Over the last 4 years, she has worked as a therapist for children with trauma as well as those diagnosed with ASD, DMDD, and other developmental disabilities. She has experience working with children from ages 3-16 in clinic, community, and home settings.
Patricia enjoys walks with her dog Hava, hanging out with her pet birds, and watching scary movies with her friends.