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Daria Yudina

Chief Clinical Director

Daria Yudina is a highly accomplished and dedicated professional with a passion for making a positive impact in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). With a Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Simmons University and a background in Mental Health and Counseling from Boston College, Daria brings a unique blend of expertise, empathy and compassion to her role and clients.


As a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and Licensed Applied Behavior Analyst (LABA), Daria has extensive clinical experience, working with individuals across various age groups and diagnoses, including autism spectrum disorder, mood disorders, intellectual disabilities, and more. Daria has held various leadership positions at residential schools, in-home insurance companies and in center locations across the state. She enjoys supervising BCBAs and newly matriculated individuals within the field and has specialized working with individuals with severe challenging behaviors.


In addition to her clinical expertise, Daria is an adjunct faculty member at Bay Path University, where she provides supervision and instruction to master's level students within the ABA cohort. She has also served as a faculty instructor at Endicott College, teaching a master's level elective course on applied behavior analysis.


Daria's commitment to professional development and growth is evident in her involvement in various research initiatives and her contributions as an editor for the New England Behavior Analyst Newsletter (NEBA). She is fluent in Russian and proficient in American Sign Language (ASL), further enhancing her ability to connect and communicate with individuals from diverse backgrounds.


With her exceptional skills in behavior assessment platforms, safety care training, and a host of other competencies, Daria is a dynamic and valuable asset to any organization she serves. Her passion for elevating clinical practices, developing her team, and serving the community makes her a true leader in the field of ABA. 

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