Caitlin Fish, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA
Caitlin’s interest in working with children with autism began during her social work undergraduate internship at a mental health agency. After graduating in 2012, she began working as an Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy assistant using the Early Start Denver Model for young children. She was also trained in multiple ABA-based treatment approaches including Precision Teaching, naturalistic teaching, and discrete trial teaching. During her practice as an ABA therapy assistant, Caitlin had worked with children as young as 2 years old, and also adolescents and young adults. After gaining more experience with varying degrees of autism, falling in love with the field of ABA, and wanting to further her knowledge and expertise, Caitlin pursued her Master’s degree in Special Education with a focus on Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Washington, and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in January 2016.
Caitlin is passionate about her work with children with autism and continually strives to grow as an ABA practitioner. Her background in social work, psychology and applied behavior analysis gives her multidimensional framework for working with her clients. She has experience with parent, child, and family-centered coaching, as well as working closely with client’s schools and other community base organizations to create multiple supportive environments.