Adrienne is a Clinic Coordinator at EBTCS.
Adrienne received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Washington (UW). During her time at UW, she volunteered in several psychology research labs with a focus on child psychology. Topics of study included parent-child interaction, social-emotional skills, and self-regulation for children birth-age 8.
After graduating from UW, Adrienne was hired as a research assistant for the University of Washington’s Social, Emotional, and Academic Competence for Children and Parents (SEACAP) program and worked on studies examining the effects of parent training on children’s social-emotional development. Adrienne went on to work as a Behavior Specialist for one of Washington’s high-needs public school districts, with a focus on assisting both general education and special education teams to develop evidenced-based intervention plans to help struggling students be successful in the school environment.
In her spare time, Adrienne is a volunteer-admin for her local Buy Nothing Project group, practices yoga, and enjoys reading.