Meet Sperling Dunivan, a Clinical Supervisor. Sperling holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from George Mason University. During their studies, she gained valuable experience as an instructional assistant for Fairfax County Public Schools in the PAC (Preschool Autism Classroom) program for 2 years. Subsequently, she joined Paragon Autism Services as a Behavior Specialist, where she dedicated 2 years before transitioning into the role of Student Analyst. Sperling successfully completed a graduate certificate program in behavior analysis through FIT and became a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) in February 2023.
With expertise in early intervention and a keen interest in severe problem behavior intervention, Sperling is well-versed in providing effective support to individuals in need. Outside of her professional pursuits, she has a deep affection for true crime documentaries, delving into captivating mysteries and criminal cases. On a sweeter note, Sperling also enjoys baking and decorating cakes, becoming the go-to cake person among their family and friends.
As a dedicated Clinical Supervisor, Sperling Dunivan brings a wealth of knowledge, hands-on experience, and a passion for making a positive impact in the field of behavior analysis.