Christina Long, Licensed Behavior Analyst
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Tina Long has been a Licensed Behavior Analyst since 2013 and has been working in the field of special education with individuals with autism and other disabilities for over 15 years. She has experience working with individuals of all ages (from infants to adults) in home, community, and school based settings, to increase language, leisure, living, and learning skills. Additionally, Tina provides IEP Collaboration services to help families identify and acquire the best supports for their students in schools.
Tina is an ACT Matrix Trainer and uses this throughout the behavior analysis process.
Tina completed both a Bachelor’s in Health Education and Master’s in Special Education at George Mason University. She has also instructed courses in the Applied Behavior Analysis program at George Mason University.
Tina lives in Fairfax, Virginia, with her husband and two small children. When not working to make lives better for her clients, she loves to cook, entertain, and try new foods.