Hana is a Lead BCBA, working with children with Autism and related disorders in school, home and community settings. She received a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from Grand Valley State University in 2011, before relocating to New Jersey to complete a Masters of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis from Rowan University. Hana worked under the supervision of Dr. Michelle Ennis Soreth, and Dr. MaryLouise E. Kerwin throughout her graduate experience.
Hana has experience working in clinical settings including Bancroft’s Lindens Program, located in Haddonfield, New Jersey, and the Princeton Child Development Institute (PCDI) in Princeton, New Jersey. She has also worked in several private and public school settings and has provided in-home private therapy.
When working with clients, Hana firmly believes in adding FUN to the work she does, often stating, “if you’re not giggling or enjoying yourself while you work with these kids, you’re not doing it right!”
Get to know Hana:
Hobbies: hiking, knitting, reading, watching movies and playing with her toddler son and Shetland Sheepdog
Last great book I read: Girl on the Train
Favorite joke: “Ms. Hana, what did the burrito cop say to the thief? That is NACHO cheese!”