Behavior Support Department
Marissa Cline, BCBA, LBA, IBA
Jessica Schulzki, RBT
Anne Risen, Program Coordinator
TMCSEA's Behavior Support Department delivers comprehensive, ongoing behavioral support and training for our 21 member school districts. It is our goal to support TMCSEA's member districts in their efforts to design educational programming and behavior interventions that improve learning for all students. Services for our school districts are designed specifically for each system’s individual needs.
The Behavior Specialist provides behavior consultation services for staff who request it. This is a collaborative process that involves observations, recommendations, modeling of interventions and strategies, planning sessions, and follow up support. To request assistance from the Behavior Specialist please fill out a Request for Services form located on the TMCSEA's website. To complete the form, mark Educational/Behavioral Strategies, turn in the completed form to Anne Risen, and submit any relevant behavior data to your District Special Education Coordinator.
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What is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst?
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