Michelle Carney, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA, CEO

Program Supervisor

Ms. Carney graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from West Chester University and began her career as a behavior specialist for children with learning disabilities, emotional disturbances, conduct disorders, autism spectrum disorders and pervasive developmental disorders. While pursuing her Master’s Degree in Special Education, Ms. Carney worked as a teacher at the first center-based ABA program in Pennsylvania.  Upon completion of her Master's Degree, she moved to Virginia to supervise an ABA pilot program in Fairfax, Virginia where was responsible for supervision and implementation of in-home ABA services. 

Ms. Carney has trained in several social skills programs and was a former RDI® consultant.  In 2008, Ms. Carney was an adjunct professor at the University of Mary Washington located in Fredericksburg, Virginia.  Ms. Carney has presented on a variety of topics relevant to the special needs and abilities community.

Ms. Carney specializes in IEP support, Social Thinking® and Behavior Intervention Plans