Behavioral Clinical Practitioner
Yun Yi (Amy) Tsai, BCBA, received her bachelor’s in special education from Chung Yuan Christian University in Taiwan and her master’s in special education with a focus in autism from California State University, Los Angeles. She also completed a certificate program in applied behavior analysis at California State University. Amy has been a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) since 2010.
Prior to joining Marcus Autism Center, Amy worked in the Los Angeles area as a behavioral program supervisor overseeing clinical cases, providing consultations for caregivers and conducting staff training. She is now a Behavioral Clinical Practitioner in the Severe Behavior Program at Marcus Autism Center. She works in the Brief Behavioral Intervention Program and is responsible for designing and implementing comprehensive behavioral assessments and treatment plans for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or related disabilities, providing consultative services to parents, teachers and caregivers. She is also responsible for providing BCBA supervision to students and staff who are seeking board certification.
Her professional interests include functional behavior assessment, function based treatment and development of behavior analysis in Asia.