Kaleidoscope Interventions Employees
Program Director - Kaleidoscope Interventions
Craig DeVincenzo is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst with over 15 years of experience providing behavior analytic services and supervision.
He has worked with both children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder in day programs, residential and vocational settings. In addition, he has used the principles of applied behavior analysis in typical therapy settings with children in mental health settings and children who have suffered abuse. Beyond working with clients, Craig is passionate about using his skills in behavior analysis to coach staff and provide training.
Craig holds a B.S. in Psychology from Fordham University and a Masters in Forensic Mental Health Counseling from John Jay College in New York City. He attended Florida Institute of Technology to complete his certification requirements for his Behavior Analysis Board Certification. He teaches courses in applied behavior analysis at Arcadia University’s graduate school of education.
Director of Operations
Clinical Director of Early Intervention Services - Kaleidoscope Interventions
Assistant Clinical Director - Kaleidoscope Interventions
Coralys is the Assistant Clinical Director and Board Certified Behavior Analyst at Kaleidoscope on NASA location. She has been with Kaleidoscope Interventions for over 2 years now working with clients in Early Intervention, Pre-school, and additional support. Coralys attended Florida Institute of Technology and finished her Masters in Professional Behavior Analysis. She graduated in June 2016 and earned her credentials as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in November 2016.
Coralys graduated with her Bachelors of Arts Degree in Forensic Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology. During her time at FIT she worked as an Administrative Assistant for the Dean of student and completed an internship with the Federal Bureau of Investigations. At the end of her degree she completed an internship at The Scott Center for Autism Treatment which is where her passion for working with children with Autism began.
Coralys is originally from the island of Puerto Rico and moved to Florida in 2011 to study at FIT. She enjoys going to theme parks, going to the gym, and traveling. In addition to working with children with Autism, her passion is rescuing animals and working with rescues to advocate against animal abuse. Her main focus in the ABA field has been working on significantly challenging behaviors and feeding disorders.
Assistant Clinical Director
Kristi brings over 5 years of experience applying the science of Behavior Analysis to students and their families in a variety of settings including in-home for three years, outpatient clinic for five years, and private school system for almost one year. She has worked with both children and adults with mental and physical disabilities. Before finding Behavior Analysis she worked as a Case Manager for four years advocating for seniors with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Kristi is a Florida native who has lived her whole life in Palm Bay, Florida. Kristi received her Bachelor of science degree from the University of Central Florida (UCF) with a major in General Psychology. Kristi’s Masters of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) came shortly after. Outside of Puzzle Box Academy, Kristi enjoys traveling to experience new places and spending time with her husband.
My name is Madalyn Dambach and I am a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at Kaleidoscope Interventions. I have a B.S. in Communication Disorders from Southeast Missouri State University and this is where I also received my Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis. I have worked with children on the Autism Spectrum for the past 5 years. Last year, I spent time in Asia teaching English to preschool students. I have done ABA in both the in-home setting and the clinical setting and I truly have a passion for early intervention. I enjoy spending time with kiddos and helping them achieve success. I also like doing research and watching behaviors change with evidence-based practice.
Breanne “Bre” Baez Colantonio is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst. Bre holds a B.S. in Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology, and received a M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida Institute of Technology as well. She has a passion for working with children and the older adult population. Even as a child, she enjoyed teaching younger children at her school how to read, write and do mathematics.
She has worked with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in day programs and older adults with dementia, schizophrenia, and other cognitive disorders in a residential setting. Bre has a passion for teaching daily living skills and other related skills to give clients the necessary independence to possibly live on their own one day. Beyond working with clients, Bre is passionate about using her skills in behavior analysis to coach staff, provide training, and disseminate knowledge.