Daisy is a BCaBA who received her Bachelors in Psychology from the University of Florida. While there, she began working with two well known leaders in behavior analysis: Dr. Vollmer and Dr. Iwata, from whom she gained passion and insight on behavior analysis and children with disabilities. It was here she worked with a variety of clients preparing and completing research studies with other students. She was able to work with many individuals with Autism but has also worked with a variety of other disabilities such as Prader-Willi syndrome and Down Syndrome. Daisy has been involved in the field of behavior analysis since 2011 and has worked with children ranging in age from 2-18. She has found a passion working with social skills, parent training and severe problem behavior. Daisy is currently a Registered Mental Health Counseling intern, pursing her license in Mental Health Counseling. Daisy received her Masters in Mental Health Counseling in 2015, and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy at Nova Southeastern University while continuing to pursue her BCBA License.