Randee Wagner, M.Ed., BCBA, Agency Affiliated Counselor
Community Based Instruction Program Coordinator
Ms. Wagner became interested in working with children with developmental disabilities at a young age through observation and assistance with her brother’s services. She began formally working with children with developmental disabilities in 2007 when she received a position as an educational assistant in a behavior focused classroom. She assisted with behavior tracking and implementation of behavior plans by providing support both in the special and general education classrooms. In addition, she provided small group instruction in reading, writing, math and social skills to fourth through sixth grade students.
After moving to San Diego in 2008 to pursue her Bachelor’s degree in Child Development, Ms. Wagner received an internship with the Center for Autism Research, Evaluation, and Services (CARES). She provided in home therapy to children of varying ages with Autism Spectrum Disorders based on the principles of ABA. After completion of her internship hours Ms. Wagner was hired as a behavioral therapist. During this time Ms. Wagner completed a second internship in which she gained experience working with adults with a wide range of disabilities in a residential setting. She provided support during inclusive activities in the community and created leisure opportunities for the residents
In addition to her BS degree from San Diego State University, Ms. Wagner has a M.Ed. in Special Education from the University of Washington. Her M.Ed. was completed with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis. She was hired as an in home tutor for NBA in 2010 and made the transition to Program Manager in 2011. In 2014, Ms. Wagner took on the new role of Community-Based Instruction (CBI) Program Coordinator. Ms. Wagner is Board Certified Behavior Analyst and a certified Microsoft ABA Provider. In addition, she is also an Agency Affiliated Counselor in Washington State and a Mental Health Provider under NBA’s DSHS licensure. She is also a member of the Washington Association for Behavior Analysis (WABA).