Danilda is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst who earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Florida International University. She then completed her Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis with an Emphasis in Autism from Ball State University.

Danilda has five years of experience working with individuals diagnosed with autism and related disorders. Danilda found her passion in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis after working with her first client as a behavior therapist in 2015. Her clients have ranged in ages from three years to sixteen years and were treated in home, school, and clinic settings. Her experience includes implementing and developing individualized verbal behavior programs to facilitate communication and develop functional living skills. Additionally, her experience includes the development of behavior reduction interventions in order to reduce challenging behaviors, behavior support plans, providing caregiver and therapist training as well as supervising behavior technicians.

Danilda’s goal is to continue to make a difference and significantly improve the lives of individuals she works with by utilizing the principles of behavior analysis to reduce maladaptive behaviors and increase functional communication, self-help, academic and social skills.