Jessica L. Fuller, M.S., BCBA, is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of South Florida in 2013. While completing her undergraduate program she worked on various research projects as a research assistant with one of them being published in JABA.
After graduating, Jessica gained hands on experience as a BCaBA working 1:1 with various populations and across multiple settings including clinic, home, and school settings. In 2017, Jessica earned a Master in Science degree and graduated with distinction from Capella University. Shortly after, she received her board certification.
Jessica has a passion for teaching and disseminating the various ways ABA can be used across behaviors, people, and environments. She believes that an active learning environment should always be set in place for both behavior analysts and her clients. Her goal is to help others become active members of the ABA community and encourage learners to incorporate more of what they learn into their everyday lives. As an avid runner and sports enthusiast, Jessica encourages her colleagues to push their limits and set new goals regularly to improve their health by incorporating behavior analytic principles in their own practice.
Her short term goal is to help those pursuing certification receive the best possible guidance through best supervision practices which is why she created LinkABA. An online platform that allows highly ethical, knowledgeable and professional BCBAs to connect with those who are seeking remote supervision. Jessica is currently 1 of 3 Behavior Analysts in Dominican Republic, her new home. She is currently working on laying the groundwork necessary to establish a center in Bayahibe, with the goal of providing parent trainings and 1:1 therapy for children with special needs.
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