Kristin Frigelj, BCBA and Business Owner

Providing Supervision since 2012

Session Type



In-Home, Private School, Public School, Residential, Day Support

Age Range

Child through adult


ID, DD, Autism



Remote or Onsite Work?


Practicum vs. Fieldwork


Type of Hours Offered

Mix of Both

I began in the field of ABA as an in-home ABA therapist while earning my B.S. in Psychology at George Mason University. I hold a Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida Institute of Technology (Melbourne campus) and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2007.  I am a Licensed Behavior Analyst by the Commonwealth of Virginia and a BACB®-approved Supervisor.

In 2011 I began my own agency providing in-home services to children and adolescents.  Prior to that I worked at a private school for individuals with severe problem behaviors.  Throughout my career I have enjoyed working with individuals seeking certification as I believe it not only keeps my skills and knowledge up but also opens my eyes to current needs of students.

In 2012 I was a BCBA representative for the Virginia Board of Medicine’s ABA Work Group, whose goal was to recommend regulations for the behavior analyst state license.  I have been fortunate to hold the position of VABA Secretary from 2013-2015 and to be a part of the workgroup that developed VABA’s Supervision Resources page.  Most recently I have been working with Old Dominion University as a Practicum Supervisor and have worked with George Mason University in the past.

In addition to enjoying the field of ABA, I love to cook, garden, kayak, and run around outside with my husband and two little kids!