Danielle Cooke, MA, BCBA, LABA is a product of a Westfield State University education. Danielle received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Westfield State in 2012, and spent the next two years raising her young son. During her undergraduate studies, Danielle took many courses surrounding the principles of learning and behavior, and yearned to return to school to continue her education. After returning to campus in 2014, Danielle held practicum positions serving a public school in which she was able to provide 1:1 intensive ABA services in the school’s substantially-separate classrooms, as well as conduct function-based assessments and provide behavioral supports to all populations within the school. Since her graduate career, Danielle also has been providing and supervising in-home ABA therapy to young children and families impacted by an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis. Danielle completed her Master’s degree from Westfield State’s graduate program in Applied Behavior Analysis and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2016.