Morgan Tompkins, M.Ed., CBT
Small Group Intervention Assistant Coordinator
Ms. Tompkins joined NBA in May 2015. She became interested in working with individuals with autism through her Human Development Bachelor’s degree, which she received from Washington State University. Her first formal training in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) began when she joined NBA, and participated in NBA’s Tutor Training Program.
In 2015, Ms. Tompkins graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development, a certificate in Family Studies, and a Minor in Psychology. To complete her Bachelor’s degree, Ms. Tompkins accepted an internship with NBA, and then continued on, as an NBA Tutor. Recently, Ms. Tompkins accepted the position of Small Group Intervention Assistant Coordinator. Alongside the Small Group Intervention Coordinator, Yoko Phillips, Ms. Tompkins will help target group social skills such as, cooperation, group instructions, and conversations, to name a few.
Currently, Ms. Tompkins is pursuing a career in ABA by furthering her education and certification in the field. In January 2016, she began a Master’s of Education for Curriculum and Instruction: Applied Behavior Analysis, with Arizona State University, which she completed in August 2017. She has almost completed the supervision experience requirements to sit for the Board exam to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Ms. Tompkins plans to take her Board exam in November 2017. Ms. Tompkins in a Certified Behavior Technician in Washington State, and a Mental Health Professional under NBA’s DSHS licensure.