Crystal Wissinger, M.S., LBA, BCBA, E-RYT
Crystal Wissinger has provided behavioral support for families and children with autism in a variety of settings and across multiple instructional modalities for over ten years.
Crystal has worked at a variety of clinics and settings studying such techniques as Yoga Life Coaching, Yoga Asana, Discrete Trial Training, Verbal Behavior, Incidental Teaching Techniques, Behavioral Feeding Therapy, and a variety of communication modalities.
Crystal holds a MS in Counseling and Advanced Applied Behavior Analysis. She is a yoga teacher at the 200-hour level and is also a certified Yoga Life Coach.
Emily Prevas, M.A, LBA, BCBA
Emily has been working with children with developmental disabilities for the last ten years at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. In that time she has worked with a broad spectrum of children including those with severe problem behavior and childhood feeding disorders. She passionately believes in the power and utility of Applied Behavior Analysis to improve the lives of children with disabilities and their families by increasing a wide variety of skills (e.g., social, academic, communicative, activities of daily life) and reducing problem behavior (e.g., self-injury, aggression). Emily is currently completing a Masters of Art in Human Services Psychology with a focus on Applied Behavior Analysis.