Lecturer of Applied Behavior Analysis
About Kacyn Tucker-Ramer
Kacyn Tucker-Ramer is an instructor of Applied Behavior Analysis. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and has specialized in providing ABA therapy and consultation services to children with Autism over the last 10 years. Prior to her current position at Ball State University, Kacyn was responsible for providing behavior consultation for a variety of clients in clinic, home, and school settings. She has also provided clinic staff, parent, and school staff trainings in her role as a behavior analyst. Kacyn is passionate about ensuring quality and appropriate instruction and intervention to children with Autism. Kacyn is an experienced supervision provider to several RBTs and BCBA candidates. She is also currently certified as an Instructor in Professional Crisis Management (PCM).
PCM Instructor: 2014-Present
BA in Psychology, Indiana University (2009)
MA in Applied Behavior Analysis with an Emphasis in Autism, Ball State University (2013)