Krystal graduated from University of California, Irvine in 2016 with her Bachelors in Sociology and minor in Psychology and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in ABA. She has always had an interest in working with children and her interest of working with children with Autism and other developmental disorder peaked during her undergraduate years. Krystal’s first hands on experience began when she volunteered at an occupational therapy based center that teaches karate and self-defense to children with Autism. Her exposure to ABA came through her internship at the UCI child development center, which allowed her to work in a classroom setting and shadow a behavioral interventionist. Inspired and motivated by her internship program, Krystal began to research more about the ABA field. Krystal has now been working at Behavioral Concepts for over a year, providing 1:1 ABA instruction, supervising other behavioral interventionist and providing parent consultation/training.
Krystal Lam, M.Ed., BCBA
Behavioral Concepts uses a collaborative consultation and teamwork model, where all members interact effectively and work cooperatively in a family-focused framework.