Ms. Reynolds has worked in the field of adaptive skill intervention for over 22 years, providing behavioral, academic, social-emotional, vocational, and self-advocacy support services at all developmental levels, and across educational, clinical, and natural environments. Ms. Reynolds specializes in individualized intervention, team development, and program development. Ms. Reynolds has extensive experience training and collaborating with parents, students, administrators, teachers, and staff all over the United States.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts in therapeutic and community psychology, and a Master of Arts in human behavior. She is trained in Applied Behavior Analysis (and related methodologies), sensory-motor integration, social cognition and facilitation, Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI), Relationship Development Intervention (RDI), and the Developmental, Individual-differences & Relationship-based model (DIR). Ms. Reynolds is also a certificated special education advocate trained in IDEA.
As 504 Coordinator and Behavior Intervention Specialist, Ms. Reynolds serves as the lead administrator in Section 504 meetings. She also serves as the direct supervisor of OCSA’s Instructional Aides, Test Center, and Behavior Intervention Aides.
If you would like to communicate with Ms. Reynolds directly, please contact her via email or at 714.560.0900 ext. 6244.