Congratulations, Taylor Beaudoin!

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The Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research wants to extend a huge “Congratulations!” to Taylor Beaudoin as she accepts a promotion and steps into the role of Clinical Supervisor of Licensed Settings.

Taylor holds a Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science from Western Michigan University and a Master’s degree from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Taylor became a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst in 2018 and in November 2019 joined Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research in the Intensive Residential program. In May 2022, she became the Clinical Supervisor of Licensed Settings. She has worked with many different populations including adults, adolescents, and children diagnosed with Autism. For these individuals, Taylor has worked developing and implementing ABA programs in group homes, day programs, and outpatient settings.  Additionally, she has worked extensively with all age groups within a psychiatric hospital setting. Her areas of interest include assessment and treatment of challenging behaviors and staff training.

In this role, Taylor will be supervising the clinicians working in our Intensive Residential program.  We are very excited for Taylor to take on this new endeavor and cannot wait to see what the future holds. Congrats, Taylor!