Ashley Haynes, M.S., BCBA, LBA
Ashley Haynes is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) in Rhode Island and Connecticut. Ashley is also a certified Special Education Teacher in Rhode Island. Ashley has worked in both public and private school settings as both a special educator and BCBA in Vermont and Rhode Island.
Ashley began her career in this field as a special educator, which ultimately led her to wanting to learn more about Applied Behavior Analysis and to becoming a BCBA. Ashley practiced as a special educator working with a diverse population of students in a public school setting in the state of Vermont for 5 years. During her time as a special educator, Ashley worked with students with various disabilities including Autism, Other Health Impairment, Intellectual Disability, Emotional Disturbance, Specific Learning Disability, Speech or Language Impairment, and Multiple Disabilities. Ashley taught in both a self-contained setting and in an inclusion-based behavior support program. She began her career as a BCBA in a private school setting that primarily supported students diagnosed with Autism.
Ashley has experience in providing special education services and behavioral support to students in school settings. Ashley has worked to re-design special education programs to be more inclusion-based and coordinated instructional and behavioral plans for students who require a high level of support in the general education environment. Ashley has worked in a collaborative consulting role in school environments working with multidisciplinary teams. As a BCBA and Clinical Program Specialist, Ashley has experience in consulting with special education team members to support the development and effective implementation of behavioral interventions and academic programming. Ashley also has experience providing staff training and consultation and training for parents and school team members.
Ashley earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education for grades 1-6 and Special Education for Grades K-12 from Rhode Island College in 2013. Ashley went on to earn a Master of Science in Applied Behavioral Analysis from Antioch University of New England in 2018.