Julia has been working with children and adolescents with ASD and other developmental disabilities in a behavior analytic context since 2015. She received her Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and Psychology from Boston University in 2015 and received her Masters of Science degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Regis College in 2020. She has enjoyed working with children in a variety of settings including in the home, school, community and clinic. She is passionate about improving the lives of her clients and their families and fostering an equitable, positive, supportive, and compassionate environment for all learners.
Outside of work, Julia enjoys spending time outside with her partner, her cat, her friends and her family. She loves singing, running, reading and the Newport Folk Festival.