Stefanie Wimberly, M.S., is a case supervisor at Creative Solutions for Hope (“CSH”). She has been working with CSH for over five years directly working with children with Autism and related disorders. She graduated from California State University, Fullerton with a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies in 2009 with a concentration in “multiple subjects” teaching. She currently is finishing her master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology as well as earning credits to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) exam. Stefanie has diligently worked her way up from being a junior therapist, to a senior therapist, to now being a case supervisor thereby, building phenomenal rapport with families over time. She provides families with parent consultation and staff training as part of her case supervision role. Additionally, Stefanie has experience in drafting case specific goals for children, report writing, and creating stimuli. Furthermore, she conducts “Meet and Greets” with new families that join the CSH company. Moreover to working at CSH for over five years, she has worked with children with autism and related disorders for a total of over eight years in various settings such as Y-Inclusion at the YMCA and as an in-home respite. She has also worked in the Fullerton School District in special education classrooms as well as mainstream classrooms. Currently at CSH, Stefanie has provided staff training on behavior management for specific cases in different schools. She has experience in Discrete Trial Training (DTT), Pivotal Response Training (PRT), Verbal Behavior (VB), Independent Activity Schedule (IAS), and Functional Communication Training (FCT) which includes Pectoral Exchange Communication System (PECS) and communicative devices.