About Us

Rachel White PhD, BCBA-D earned her Masters degree in Applied Behavior Science at the University of Kansas in August 2007 and completed her Doctorate in Behavioral Psychology in May 2010. Her interests focus on structuring classrooms for student success and early intensive behavior intervention for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Dr. White has participated in federally funded grants implementing School-wide Positive Behavior Supports in public schools and training parents of children with Autism using online and video-conferencing technologies.

Dr. White began working with children with autism in 2003. She has coordinated both center-based and in-home programs. Her philosophy is that if a child isn't making progress, we must change our teaching strategy. Dr. White's other goal is to make learning fun so that children want to learn.