Ms. Brosh has been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst since 2008. She holds Master’s degrees in Behavior Analysis from Southern Illinois University and West Virginia University.
Ms. Brosh began working at APTS in July 2011 and is currently the Director of Behavioral and Community Services (DOBACS). Her responsibilities include the development, implementation, and monitoring of students’ Behavior Intervention Plans, as well as the development and implementation of behaviorally based trainings for APTS staff.
Prior to coming to APTS, Ms. Brosh worked as a consultant for school systems in West Virginia, where she conducted workshops and trainings for teachers in the area. Ms. Brosh has presented at a number of professional conferences, including the annual meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, the annual meeting of the Maryland Association for Behavior Analysis, and the annual meeting of the Southeastern Association for Behavior Analysis.