Kelcie McCafferty

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Kelcie McCafferty received an undergraduate degree in Psychology with a concentration in Behavior Analysis from the University of Alaska Anchorage. At the University of Alaska, she participated in and created basic and applied research in Behavior Analysis and other fields. This experience included a Caregiver Support Training program for families in rural areas and applications of preference assessments. Following the University of Alaska, she worked as a Direct Service Advocate for a non-profit that provides support services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. At the organization, she supported survivors through the reporting process, and implemented a novel training protocol for new advocates. Currently, she is a graduate student at the Florida Institute of Technology pursuing her master’s degree in applied Behavior Analysis and Organizational Behavior Management. Her primary interests are in systems analysis and performance management applications in healthcare and trauma fields to help direct service professionals support their clients.

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