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About Me

Rebecca has been privileged to serve adults and children using applied behavior analysis (ABA) in settings such as facility-based care, group homes, day centers, clinics, and family homes both across the United States and overseas. In addition to her clinical experience, Rebecca is passionate about ABA service delivery aligning with generally accepted standards of care. With an expertise in applying health care documentation requirements and systems of compliance, she recently was the lead author of a chapter on organizational documentation guidelines for ABA services. Rebecca was also a content contributor for the Council of Autism Service Providers (CASP) Practice Parameters for Telehealth ABA.


Rebecca  serves as a member of the Standards Committee for the Autism Commission on Quality, the co-chair of the Documentation Special Interest Group (SIG) for CASP. The SIG has been focused on creating standards for documenting ABA services as well as creating session note templates. She has extensive experience with public policy work. Not only is she an experienced presenter at national conferences, she has also won national awards for her role as an advocate and work to support ABA organizations in delivering quality services. Rebecca is a Subject Matter Expert for the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts, and has served as one for the Behavior Analyst Certification Board® (BACB). She was appointed by the BACB to serve as their alternative representative for the ABA Coding Coalition.  Rebecca was elected as a member of the Board of Directors for the BACB and will begin her term in the fall of 2024.

She formed RAW Consulting Solutions as a way to provide education and consultation services to ABA organizations, professionals, and providers of ABA services. Whatever the role, her ultimate goal is to make a significant impact through effective and efficient services utilizing the science of behavior analysis.

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