Tammie is a behavioral specialist for children ages 5-12, providing consultation for parents, guardians, and educators who have kiddos exhibiting challenging or out-of-control behaviors. She also provides one-on-one special education consultations for families navigating the special education system in public schools. Such as understanding the special education process and your rights, reviewing RTI (response to intervention) and IEP (individual education plan) intervention plans, supporting families as they advocate for their child, and more.
Tammie received a masters degree from Kaplan University in Educational Psychology after receiving a bachelor’s degree from University of Southern Maine in Behavioral and Social Science. She also holds post-graduate certificates in Applied Behavioral Analysis and Behavioral RTI. Tammie is a certified special education teacher in Maine and has worked in education since 2009. She’s currently pursuing a doctorate degree in school psychology at the University of Southern Maine and her BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst).
Outside of school and work, she enjoys working on projects around her home. Summer is her favorite season and she loves to go swimming in her pool, spending time tending to her flower gardens, and reading on her deck. She’s a huge Stephen King fan and loves playing table top games with friends.