Kaleidoscope Interventions Employees
Behavior Analyst - Kaleidoscope Interventions
Diana is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at the Nasa location of Kaleidoscope. She has been with Kaleidoscope Interventions for almost 2 years now working with clients in Early Intervention and preschool. Diana attended the Masters of Science dual track program in Applied Behavior Analysis and Organizational Behavior Management at the Florida Institute of Technology. She graduated in December 2017 and earned her Behavior Analysis Certification Board credentials as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in February 2018.
Diana graduated with her Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology, minoring in Biology from the University of Guam. At the University of Guam, she served as a research assistant for applied projects focusing on environmental sustainability and conducted an independent study on increasing recycling behaviors in the school setting. After graduating, Diana worked as a private school counselor in Guam, writing ISPs, serving as the coordinator for the school’s Olweus Bullying Prevention Program and liaison to the Department of Special Education. As a school counselor, Diana was a trained facilitator for the Rainbows for All Children program which provided support groups for children who experienced loss of family members and children from broken homes. In addition, Diana has completed both the ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) and Connect Suicide Postvention Trainings.
Diana is originally from the island of Guam and moved to Florida in 2015. She enjoys playing beach volleyball, cooking, and gardening. In addition to working with kids with autism, Diana she has had applied and research experience working with older adults with dementia applying ABA principles to develop plans to maintain quality of life. She also has experience working in an experimental lab with pigeons and operant chambers. She believes that ABA principles are useful, generalizable and can be relevant to the larger population.