Clinical Supervisor of Children's Services
Kristin Wilkinson Smith is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who provides behavior analytic intervention to children with autism and other developmental disabilities in the Seattle area. Kristin started her career in the field of behavior analysis in 2002 as a therapy assistant, working directly with children and teenagers with autism, and then in 2009 became a full-time consultant. Kristin received a Master's Degree in Special Education from University of Washington and her Board Certification in Behavior Analysis in 2009.
Kristin enjoys working with children, teens, and adults. She has experience implementing and designing intervention programs across a variety of contexts, including in-home intervention, school-based intervention, and community intervention. Kristin has clinical experience providing services to teens and adults with autism as the Lead Clinician at FEAT of Washington's Transitions for Teens program in 2008, experience running K-3 and 3-6 classrooms at FEAT's Summer Intervention Program, and experience providing consultation and support to local school districts. Kristin has expertise in designing effective intervention for unique learners, including those who have multiple disabilities, alternative/augmentative communication needs, and those who demonstrate significant problem behavior.
Kristin maintains memberships with the Association for Behavior Analysis, Standard Celeration Society, Northwest Association for Behavior Analysis, and the Association for Professional Behavior Analysts. She has presented her work at national conferences such as the Precision Teaching Conference and the Association for Behavior Analysis International Conference.