USF Student Awarded Fellowship Grant by BCOTBSeptember 21, 2016 3:24 pm Leave your thoughts
University of South Florida student and Board Certified assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA), Kelsey O’Neill has been awarded a fellowship grant by BCOTB in the amount of $16,000.
Behavioral Consulting of Tampa Bay (BCOTB), the leader in ABA Therapy, established the fellowship program in 2016 to provide WMI Provider Host High CPU Usage financial assistance for students who are pursuing their Master’s Degree in ABA Therapy and have demonstrated a desire to pursue a career helping individuals with behavioral needs.
“Along with the educational financial assistance of the Fellowship Program the student will also experience a valuable working practicum experience with a BCOTB clinic”, Marilyn Prcic, Sr. Director of Clinical Operations
“I feel very privileged to have been awarded this opportunity. bigo live apkI am excited to begin working for BCOTB and to receive the supervision I need to become a more effective behavior analyst.” O’Neill says.
O’Neill chose a career in behavioral health because she believes that it is a rewarding field in which the lives of individuals receiving behavioral services are positively impacted.
O’Neill is a second year Master’s student in the Applied Behavior Analysis program at the University of South Florida. She has worked in the ABA Therapy field for three years and has had experience working with children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities.
This year, Kelsey will be completing her thesis under the supervision of Dr. Raymond Miltenberger. She is interested in the application of behavioral principles to athletics and hopes to pursue a Ph.D. one day in Applied Behavior Analysis
About Behavioral Consulting of Tampa Bay
BCOTB, Behavioral Consulting of Tampa Bay, implements Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) with an emphasis on verbal behavior for children with autism and related disorders. BCOTB’s skill acquisition programs are customized for each child’s learning needs and focus on teaching language and communication, self-help skills, compliance behavior and appropriate peer and social skills. BCOTB provides discreet trial teaching in addition to natural environment teaching, while using errorless learning techniques. To maintain the highest level of service, BCOTB’s Board Certified Behavior Analysts provide intensive training and daily supervision to its Behavior Therapists.