Brandon earned his Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Northeastern University in 2013 and a Bachelor’s degree from Connecticut College in 2006. During his undergraduate years, he developed a passion for the applications of operant conditioning while working with marine mammals at Mystic Aquarium in CT. Since 2008, he has been applying these concepts to working with children, adolescents, and adults with developmental disabilities. He has practiced experience utilizing ABA techniques in the home, residential, public, and charter school settings. His specific interests in the field include verbal behavior development and behavioral assessment.
Brandon was excited to join the Crossroads Home Services team in November 2016, as he finds the integration of school ABA therapists into the home environment a great benefit to our families that sets our services apart.
Brandon typically prefers to be playing golf, basketball, or spending time at the beach with his family. However, he can easily be convinced to just relax on the couch with Netflix!