Haley has spent 6 years working with children, and 3 years working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This is because she believes that everyone is entitled to acquiring the skills and ability to engage with their lives and those important to them to the greatest capacity possible. Haley’s enthusiasm for the field has allowed her to deliver ABA services in a variety of environments. She began her career working in group homes with adults with traumatic brain injuries. She then began working in Short-Term Stabilization Homes for adults with disabilities.
Following this, she became a clinical supervisor for an institute-run clinic for children with disabilities and delays. She has also obtained experience working as a direct therapist for children with disabilities within a clinical setting. That the successes from within the clinic have impacted her clients, as well as their families, proves to Haley that her work has a meaningful impact within her community. Haley is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Licensed Behavior Analyst in the state of Utah. She holds a Master’s degree in Behavior Analysis and Therapy from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.