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Larissa Gangloff, BCBA, LBA

Larissa Gangloff is a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) and a licensed behavior analyst. She has been in the field of ABA since 2011 and a BCBA since 2015. Larissa is also certified as a special education teacher in Maryland and Connecticut. 


Larissa began her career working in day programs and providing respite care while working on her undergraduate degree in education. She became an elementary classroom teacher and was introduced to behavior analysis while taking graduate classes. Larissa has worked in various settings, including homes, clinics, and private and public schools. She has also worked with students aged 18 months to 60 years old. 


Larissa has a Master of Science degree in Sever to Profound Special Education and a Graduate Certificate in Autism and Other Pervasive Developmental Disorders from Johns Hopkins University. She completed her coursework in Behavior Analysis at the Florida Institute of Technology and has a Bachelor of Arts in Mild to Moderate Special Education and Liberal Arts from Easter Nazarene University. 


Larissa believes strongly in a collaborative approach. She is a lifelong learner and continually takes classes and seeks to learn new information to help her students better. She works to help her students and their caregivers achieve meaningful goals that are important to them. 


When not working, Larissa loves to spend time with her husband, two young children, and their dogs. She loves spending time outside, reading, watching documentaries, and going to museums.  

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