Alexandra is a dedicated and compassionate Board Certified Behavior Analyst with a strong academic background and a deep commitment to enhancing the lives of individuals with autism. She holds a Master’s degree in Special Education and an Applied Behavior Analysis Certificate from George Mason University, where she graduated summa cum laude. With a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies, and a minor in Psychology from Assumption University, Alexandra has developed a robust foundation in therapeutic principles and practices.
Her hands-on experience in the field of behavior analysis is extensive. She has provided direct treatment to children with autism in clinical settings, demonstrating expertise in data collection, intervention implementation, and daily treatment documentation. Alexandra is skilled in collaborating with multidisciplinary teams to conduct assessments, develop treatment goals, and enhance the effectiveness of behavioral interventions.
Alexandra’s internship experience with Thom Early Intervention, where she gained insights into occupational therapy, and her active role in developing ABA treatment techniques have further enriched her professional capabilities. Her ability to build rapport, understand individual needs, and create tailored treatment plans sets her apart in the field.
With her commitment to lifelong learning and her passion for helping individuals with special needs, Alexandra Trznadel is a valuable asset to any behavioral health team, bringing both technical skill and empathetic understanding to her work.