Stephanie Villeda-Schaedler, M.Ed, BCBA, LBA
Stephanie is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) in the state of Connecticut. Stephanie has experience working in public and private school systems, as well as providing direct support and supervision of ABA services within in-home settings and residential treatment facilities. She has experience working with clients with complex learning profiles, including those with more intensive behavioral, cognitive, and medical needs.
Stephanie graduated with a dual bachelor's degree from NYU in Special Education and Psychology, and completed her master's degree in Special Education: Severe Disabilities from Vanderbilt University, with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis. Stephanie began her career in this field as a special educator in a self-contained classroom with young children diagnosed with Emotional Behavioral Disturbance.This ultimately led her to wanting to learn more about Applied Behavior Analysis, and to becoming a BCBA. More recently, Stephanie has developed a special interest in treatment planning for client's who have experienced trauma, and how to collaborate for a comprehensive, trauma-informed approach to treatment. Through team training, direct support and supervision, Stephanie dedicates her work to empower families and treatment teams to best support the client, in order to build the client to reach their maximum potential.
Stephanie enjoys spending time with her family, trying new recipes, going to comedy shows, and making music.