Loretta Hall

Behavior Analyst, M.Ed., BCBA

Loretta earned her Masters of Education degree from University of Washington where her studies focused on Special Education, Low-Incidence Disabilities, and Applied Behavior Analysis. She holds a Washington State Teaching Credential and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Her experience includes working with learners from ages 2 to 21 in school and home settings with a wide range of ability levels and unique challenges.

As a certified teacher, Loretta has a passion for bridging the gap between clinical treatment design and the busy school environment. She believes that education is a lifelong process and has been humbled by the vast amount she has learned from her students throughout her career. While she enjoys scientific research and professional development, she has found there is nothing more enlightening than working on a personal level with families, children, and service providers.

Loretta lives in Seattle with her husband, daughter, and two Flat-Coated Retriever dogs. She is an avid traveler with the goal of exploring all 7 continents in her lifetime (2 more to go!)



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