Ms. LeBlanc completed her Bachelor’s degree in Severe Special Education from Boston University and is a licensed special education teacher. She received her Masters’ of Education from the University of Massachusetts, Boston with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis. Ms. LeBlanc has experience working with students with autism spectrum disorders and developmental disabilities in substantially separate and home-based settings, as well as as facilitating students with a wide range of needs (including ADHD, social/emotional needs, developmental disabilities, etc.) in inclusion settings within the public schools. Her clinical interests include early intervention, verbal behavior, and parent training. In her free time, she enjoys running, going to the beach, and spending time with her family.