Mallory received her Bachelors in Psychology from Midland University, specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2017. While finishing her undergraduate, she interned working in ABA with pediatric feeding disorder patients, as well as children with autism in an early intervention setting. Following graduation, she received her certification as a Board-Certified assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA), and started work providing in-home early intervention services. During this time, she decided that studying behavior was her passion. She completed her Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis at Purdue Global University in 2019. During her graduate training, Mallory continued working in Early Intervention settings. She became a BCBA in August of 2019.
What is the thing Mallory loves most about ABA? Celebrating each victory with the child and their family.
In her spare time, Mallory enjoys being active outdoors with her border collie Champ, cheering on her husband coaching basketball and football, and taking trips to the lake with her family.