Lead Behavior Technicians

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Alice Quade is a first year Masters Student in the Applied Behavior Analysis program at Northern Michigan University, with a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing and a Bachelor's Degree Management from Michigan Technological University. She is currently working at the BEAR Center to increase her repertoire of skills related to behavior change programs, and is hoping to work with clients on the Western Coast.

 


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Collin is a second-year graduate student in the Applied Behavior Analysis program. He received his B.S. in Behavior Analysis from NMU in 2011. He is involved in research in the Behavior Analysis Research Lab, and hopes to in the future attend a PhD program and put his education to use teaching.

He likes working in the B.E.A.R. Center because "it's such an awesome feeling when things come together and you can see the positive impact the work is having on a child's life."

 


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Sarah received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a Minor in Art and Design and Child Services at NMU in 2012, and will be graduating with a Master's Degree in ABA from NMU in 2017.  Sarah has lived in Marquette for 9 consecutive years and is very active within the community. In addition to working at the BEAR Center Sarah also works in a program that provides independent living skills to individuals around the community. Upon graduating, she hopes to assist with managing a program that will open more doors to much needed services in the areas relevant to her graduate degree. Sarah is looking forward to continuing her work with individuals with Autism and ADD/ADHD.

Sarah’s favorite thing about working at the BEAR Center is seeing the progress that comes from working with the kiddos! “It’s a beautiful thing!”