Judith has received her Bachelors in Psychology from California State University, Fullerton in 2018. She is currently planning to pursue her Masters in Psychology, where her focus will be on school based therapy. Judith has been with Behavioral Concepts since September 2017, providing 1:1 applied behavior analysis therapy. Since she was young, Judith always wanted to find ways to help people, especially children. She hopes to one day make a difference in a child and their family’s lives. Her interest to work with individuals with developmental disabilities peaked when she started volunteering at a young age at her mom’s workplace, a residential villa for adults with developmental disabilities. The experience of her volunteering guided in helping to choose a degree during her undergraduate years. During her free time, Judith likes to spend time with her family, go on runs and hikes, and volunteer.
Behavioral Concepts uses a collaborative consultation and teamwork model, where all members interact effectively and work cooperatively in a family-focused framework.