Nick was born and raised in East Longmeadow, Massachusetts and received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, with a minor in Educational Studies.
Nick was introduced to the field of ABA during his undergraduate career when he began substitute teaching in the Intensive Resource Rooms within a public school system near his home town. After subbing in the schools, and working their summer programs, Nick was completely hooked on the field of ABA and decided to pursue his Masters degree straight out of undergrad.
Nick received a Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis from Bay Path University and passed his board exam to become a BCBA in July of 2020. Upon passing his boards, Nick moved to Denver, Colorado, where he has lived since.
Nick has experience providing ABA therapy in homes, schools, clinics, and also via Telehealth and has about 8 years of experience working with children and young adults across all settings. Nick’s favorite part about being a BCBA is not only watching the growth of his clients, but also the growth of his behavior technicians and client’s caregivers alike.