Rachel Husk is a passionate Board Certified Behavior Analyst dedicated to providing high quality, compassionate and televisable services for her clients. She has been working with individuals with special needs since her sophomore year of college starting as a Direct Support Professional. In 2016, Rachel graduated from the University of Kentucky with her bachelor’s degree in Psychology . Following graduation, Rachel worked as a Therapeutic Child Support Worker within a residential program serving foster kids with autism spectrum disorder. While working as a Therapeutic Child Support Worker, Rachel fell in love with Applied Behavior Analysis and started working as a Registered Behavior Technician in 2018. Rachel attended graduate school at the University of Cincinnati and received her Master of Education in Foundations in Applied Behavior Analysis. A few of Rachel’s professional interests include: early intensive behavioral intervention, functional communication training, Natural Environment Teaching, cognitive behavioral interventions, practical functional assessment/skills based treatment as well as trauma informed behavior analysis.