Rebecca has been intimately involved with Autism and its impact on families for the majority of her life, growing up with a beloved cousin who is on the spectrum. This lifelong involvement with persons on the spectrum and appreciation for the impact on those around them, and the value therapy provides, inspired her to obtain a Bachelor's Degree in Psychobiology from Ripon College in 2008 and a Masters Degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis from Capella University in 2015.
Since 2007 Rebecca has worked in Applied Behavior Analysis in Wisconsin and California, with clients at all different skill levels, gaining valuable experience across in-home, in-school and center based settings. It is this broad background that she draws from in developing curated, comprehensive, compassionate care programs for her clients.
Rebecca, her husband Seth, and their two young children live in Sheboygan. They enjoy exploring national parks, hiking around the area, spending time with family and friends, biking, and camping.