Chelsea Kremer, M.A., BCBA received her Bachelors in Psychology from Agnes Scott College of Decatur, GA, and a M.A. in Applied Behavior Analysis with a focus in Autism from Ball State University of Muncie, IN. Chelsea has been providing applied behavior analysis (ABA) services to individuals with a variety of disabilities since 2012. Chelsea began her training at the Marcus Autism Center where she provided ABA services for children in the intensive one-on-one homebased clinic. She was responsible for the treatment of language deficits and delays. She continued her training in the Severe Behavior Unit where she was responsible for conducting effective behavioral interventions that decrease challenging behaviors and replace them with appropriate behaviors. Chelsea has spent the last two years in the Skill Acquisition Clinic using ABA to increase receptive and expressive language skills, pre-academic skills, conversational language skills, adaptive skills, behavior management, and functional toy play in children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. Chelsea is excited to join the team and provide individualized services to families in order to help each client reach their full potential.