Our Board Certified Behavior Analyst supervisors provide effective and ethical behavioral intervention services to our clients. Our Seattle BCBA supervisors work to constantly remain updated in their research of autism and autism spectrum disorders to ensure the programs they develop are the most effective possible supported by the best scientific evidence available. Working with each client on a highly individualized level, our Seattle BCBA supervisors provide service both in-home and at our locations.
Clients of Magnolia Behavior Therapy may also work with our ABA Therapists to treat autism. While each ABA therapist possesses his or her own unique qualities and level of experience, each of our ABA Therapists have met minimal criteria. Each Seattle ABA therapist and our therapists in other areas of Washington have completed at least 40 hours of training in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) techniques in accordance with the BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts, undergone a criminal background check, and completed a minimum of 48 semester hours of college courses in an accredited college or university. Most of our ABA therapists in Seattle and other areas hold a degree in the Behavioral Sciences, Psychology or a related field such as; Education, Human development, or Social Work/Behavioral Health
If you have any additional questions regarding our BCBA supervisors, please do not hesitate to contact us
Ralph Pampino is the owner of Magnolia Behavior Therapy. Ralph is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) serving the greater Seattle area with over seven years of experience in the fields of Applied Behavior Analysis and Special Education. Ralph has been applying his expertise in the Seattle and Puget Sound area since December of 2007.
Ralph has extensive experience in educational consulting, functional behavioral assessment, creating and implementing social and academic home programs, parent training, working with school districts, staff member training, the IEP process, and the development and implementation of positive behavior support plans,.
Ralph obtained his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from Florida State University and his Master of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of the Pacific. While still a graduate student, Ralph published several of his works in refereed academic journals and has presented his work at national and international conferences.
Ralph’s interests in future research and behavioral applications lie in the continued demonstration of behavior analysis as applied to real-life settings, the implementation of customized behavioral assessment techniques in the school and home settings, and the improvement and implementation of organizational behavior management strategies to address team/staff member efficiency, effectiveness and satisfaction.