While attending college studying to be a teacher a guest speaker came into Bridget’s class to talk about her son being diagnosed with autism. This is what made her curious about the field of ABA. She started working in the field of ABA in 2013 and became a Registered Behavior Technician in 2017. She moved to the state of Arizona in 2017, took a short break from ABA and quickly realized how much she missed it. Bridget loves making learning fun for the children she works with. Her favorite thing to see is all the milestones each client makes, and how excited they are for themselves for making the progress!