Kristine Rodriguez leads the training, research, and clinical development initiatives at ALP. She has worked in the field of ABA since 2006, with experience focusing on development of clinical staff training, research protocols, school district consultation, and caregiver coaching. She holds a master’s degree in exceptional student education from the University of West Florida and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Kristine is passionate about making evidence-based, compassion-focused practices available to underserved populations, as well as mentoring clinicians in the design of programs that foster improved independence and quality of life. Her focus at ALP has included: clinical training and competencies, outcomes research, and values-driven interventions. Recent publications include a tutorial in Behavior Analysis in Practice (Maintaining Treatment Integrity in the Face of Crisis: A Treatment Selection Model for Transitioning Direct ABA Services to Telehealth) and a model for Cultural Responsiveness Training for Behavior Analysts (in press). Kristine serves on the Quality Measurement Provider Panel (QMPP).