Clinical Trainer/Assessment Specialist
Holly Almon has been involved in the field of behavior analysis since 1996, where she started working part-time as a therapist while in college. Her interest in pursuing opportunities to work in the field across multiple settings and client populations has brought her to all four corners of the country to consult. She earned her Master of Science degree in Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas in 2003, relocated to Seattle, and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2004.
Holly has extensive clinical experience in designing, providing, and supervising interventions to serve children and adolescents with autism and related disabilities and their families, including those experiencing severe behavioral challenges. She has provided comprehensive and systemic home, school, and community based consultative services to children, families, and school district personnel, and has managed her own private practice. Holly's passions as a practitioner include assessment, program development, teaching self-advocacy and pragmatic language skills, resolving unique and complex behavioral challenges, and performance management. Her depth of involvement and care is conveyed directly by her relationship with children and families as well as on a larger level by maintaining multiple professional memberships and presenting her work nationally at numerous conferences.
After a long tenure in consulting, Holly is excited to serve in the roles of Clinical Trainer and Assessment Specialist for MOSAIC. In her free time - other than that which has been predominately reserved by her daughter - she enjoys a variety of hobbies including golfing, skiing, cycling, cooking, playing piano, and spending time exploring the outdoors with her family in the beautiful PNW.