Early Intervention Services:

Our goal centers on supporting children that are struggling to feel success across academics and social settings. This may require enhanced teaching across areas involving social skills, communication, or emotional regulation that may need to be addressed individually and more specifically. Our strength centers on our interventionists who are experienced teachers that know how to teach across these skill areas in a manner that children can readily apply across settings (ie. school and community). Our interventionist also work along side school districts to identify classroom friendly tools that support your child in generalizing skills to the classroom.

Our teachers also support parents on how to apply these skills in the home environments alongside their children. Parents and children work together in building communication and emotional regulation skills that enhance their relationship.

Meet our team:

Ms. Katie has 13 years of elementary classroom teaching experience. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and a Master's Degree in Curriculum & Instruction. She has worked with students K-5 as an MTSS teacher (Multi-Tiered System of Support) implementing interventions to support students with social-emotional learning. She works with each child to build tools that support self regulation at school. Her goal in working with kids is to build confidence and connections while empowering kids to thrive in and out of the classroom.

Ms. Chris has 10 years of early education classroom teaching experience and 6 years of experience
as a Registered Behavior Technician assisting in behavior analytic interventions for
neurodivergent children. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education with a
specialization in play-based education and curriculum development. As a trainer she has
developed and presented trainings at workshops and conferences focused on supporting
classroom educators and parents in Positive Guidance Strategies. Her goal when working with
children and families is to use evidenced based strategies to present meaningful and relevant
experiences that promote active participation in all aspects of learning.



  • Play skills
  • Initiating and maintaining social interactions (building friendships)
  • Conflict resolution


  • Social-emotional self-regulation skills
  • Classroom self-regulation skills


  • Positive Parenting Strategies
  • Parent education for program specific tools and activities used to promote their children’s social or self-regulation development


  • Effective supports for children’s self-regulation skills in the classroom