Elizabeth Zammillo is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who holds a dual Master of Science degree in Special Education and English Language Arts. She is also a NYS Strategies for Crisis Intervention and Prevention-Revised (SCIP-R) Instructor trained in proactive and reactive strategies to prevent and deescalate crisis situations.
In addition to crisis training Elizabeth has developed and facilitated numerous trainings in applied behavior analysis and its implementation for both family members and staff in various settings. She has worked with children and adults with intellectual disabilities, brain injuries, emotional disturbances, social or behavioral issues and mental health diagnosis for over 15 years. She specializes in training staff and creating behavior intervention plans in order to address socially significant behavior and increase quality of life for all individuals and their families.
Her ability to combine evidence-based practice with an individualized, person-centered approach allows her to be an innovative collaborator with individuals, family, and staff.